I Am! I Can! I Will! I Believe!" - Part 3(23/02/03)
By Dr. Robert H. Schuller
Kenneth E. Behring
The establishment of
the Wheelchair Foundation marks the most recent chapter in the
Kenneth E. Behring's philanthropic efforts to improve the lives
of disadvantaged people around the world. From his successful
career as an automobile dealer in Wisconsin, Ken entered the world
of real estate development in the sixties and over the course
of the next thirty-five years, his companies created numerous
successfully planned communities. After purchasing the Seattle
Seahawks football team in 1988, Ken established the Seattle Seahawks
charitable foundation, which benefits numerous children's charities
including The Western Washington Muscular Dystrophy Association.
During his years of travel around the world, Ken has made it his
personal mission to help those in need. His donations of food,
medical supplies, clothing, toys and educational materials have
helped people in some of the most impoverished nations on earth.
In 1999, Ken donated shipments of wheelchairs to relief organizations
in eastern Europe and Africa. Since then, he as traveled the world
delivering wheelchairs. Ken and his wife Patricia reside in California.
They have five sons and ten grandchildren.
Eugene Fodor has captivated
audiences for three decades. Great orchestras that he's performed
with in America, and around the world. His recital venues have
included Carnegie Hall's Violin Virtuoso Series, Lincoln Center's
Great Performers Series, Royal Festival Hall in London and major
summer festivals in France and America. He was awarded full scholarships
at Juilliard School of Music, New York, Indiana University and
the University of Southern California. At the age of ten he made
his solo debut with the Denver Symphony, playing the Bruch Concerto
and he began touring at the age of 12.
"I Will Sing of the Mercies of the Lord"
"Hymn for our Time" by CRYSTAL CATHEDRAL CHOIR
VIOLIN SOLO -"It is Well With My Soul" and "Scherzo-tarantella,
Op. 16" by EUGENE FODOR
"Hymn Fantasy on Amazing Grace" by HOUR OF POWER ORCHESTRA