Stanton also spoke to the media on Wednesday I f

first_imgStanton also spoke to the media on Wednesday.“I feel good,” he said. “I feel really good. I think we’ve got a plan in place with our training staff and just trying to trend in the right direction, and that’s been the case the past couple of days.“Both days have been successful thus far. It’s just one of those things where I don’t know when it’s going to start feeling better but I don’t want to push it too hard.”Stanton added that if he’s not ready to go by Sunday, “Blaine will go out there and do a good job.”PETERS SPRAINS ANKLEArians did give a more definitive update on another ailing player, defensive tackle Corey Peters. He said the 29-year-old Peters, who has started all nine of the Cardinals’ games this year, has a high ankle sprain and could be out a while. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires As Arizona Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton nurses a knee injury, it’s unclear whether Blaine Gabbert will start against the Texans this week.On Wednesday, head coach Bruce Arians told reporters that Stanton has made progress in practice since spraining his knee in Thursday’s game against the Seahawks. There was no announcement on whether Stanton would be ruled out against Houston, though 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Mike Jurecki reported that Gabbert will start. Top Stories Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 4 Comments   Share   Arizona Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton (5) scrambles against the Seattle Seahawks during the first half of an NFL football game, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

By Jack and Renee Corley FFWPU East Europe As Dr

first_imgBy Jack and Renee Corley, FFWPU East EuropeAs Dr. Joon Ho Seuk stepped through the doors of Eastern Europe headquarters in Moscow on Sunday, May 5, 2019, he was greeted with enthusiastic cheers and applause from dozens of members who were waiting for his arrival.For Dr. Seuk, who from 1990 to 2008 was the continental director of the former Northeast region, it was his first visit to the headquarters since he completed his mission. It was all the more significant because the headquarters building, a former cinema, had been bought and restored during his leadership.Before starting his sermon, Dr. Seuk showed a video from Korean TV showing how the works of True Parents directly led to the collapse of the Soviet Union. In his sermon, Dr. Seuk recalled the many challenges that missionaries and members experienced during the 1990s in building a foundation. He also described how much love and other support True Parents invested in the countries of the former Soviet Union.Dr. Seuk was accompanied during his visit by Mr. Takemitsu Hoshiko from Japan and Mr. Venus Agustin from the Philippines. Both of them are instructors in the Tong-il Moo-do martial art, which Dr. Seuk developed in the late 1970s under the guidance of True Parents. In order to reigniteTIMD development in the Europe and Middle East region, and especially in the Eastern Europe subregion, Dr. Seuk and his associates offered honorary TIMD black belts to Regional Chair Dr. Michael Balcomb and Subregional President Jack Corley.During the Sunday service, Russian National Leader Yuri Gavrilin and his wife, Olga, offered a painted wooden angel to Rev. Inpyo Moon, director of the European branch of HJ CheonBo, and other gifts to his assistants, Tibor Krebsz of Hungary and Mateo Ziko of Albania.last_img read more