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Dear Family and  Friends, I have a new favorite word:  FOREVER.  I seem to hear it all the time now that I am so aware of it. As you know, 2011 was my final year on earth with Les.  But he is forever in his heavenly home with the Lord. And as you have probably… Read More»

Whenever a question like this popped into my head, I would simply walk over to my Dad’s office, sit on the corner of his desk, and toss out my question. Dad loved these little Q & A sessions.  He’d usually lean back in his chair and smile as he thought it over.  He hardly ever… Read More»

verything was ready” and so it was time for Dr. Les Thompson to finally move in to his new place. I love how the New Living Translation puts it in John 14: “When everything is ready, I will come and get you…” and that’s exactly what Jesus did.  How awesome! And during this Thanksgiving season,… Read More»

t is with great joy to announce Dr. Les Thompson is alive and well—more alive today, in fact, than he has ever been.  On August 30th, at 3:30 in the afternoon, everything was ready and Jesus came and got him just as He promised in John chapter 14.  Dad is right where he has longed to… Read More»

You have probably wondered why you have not received replies to your most recent letters to my father, Les Thompson. On behalf of myself and my brothers, Ken, Gregg, and Ed, I am writing to let you know that my dad passed away last week after a long battle with failing health. My father spoke of… Read More»

Dear LOGOI Family, It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of our founder and director Les Thompson Tuesday, August 30, 2011. Les was born in Placetas, Cuba, on January 12, 1931, and was ordained in 1953. After preaching controversial messages about Christ and communism, he was forced to leave the island of… Read More»

Promises HESE HAVE BEEN SOME TOUGH DAYS. LOGOI’s founder, Dr. Les Thompson, has been hospitalized for over a month now with a variety of health issues. Dr. Les is not only my mentor and my colleague, he is my dad. It’s been rough watching him struggle. During one particularly difficult time, the doctors suggested we… Read More»

IT IS A HOT AFTERNOON here in Pinar Del Rio but anticipated rain showers will bring welcomed relief.  We have been in Cuba barely four days now, but with all our activity, it seems much longer. We arrived in Havana with close to 800 pounds of extra luggage, all of which we plan to leave… Read More»

Most of us have heard the stories that when Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart was barely five years old he was composing music and could already play the piano and violin. (That may be true, but I bet he had trouble spelling his own name. That’s a mouth full.) In his short 35 years, he… Read More»

WHEÑ my wife, Jenn, and I moved to Miami several years back, we decided to take Spanish classes.  We thought it would be a great place to meet some Americans.  Now don’t get me wrong, I grew up in Miami and love Hispanic people.  I love their culture, their passion for family, their entrepreneurial spirit,… Read More»

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