|Jim Watt (1923 - 2014)|
- Milford Kirkpatrick was the first to be prophesied over in North Battleford
- The first LR experience of the 'heavenly choir'
- The names of the seven elders that presided over the July 1948 camp meeting in North Battleford (George Hawtin, Ern Hawtin, P. G. Hunt, Herrick Holt, Reg Layzell, A. W. Rasmussen, and Jim Watt)
- The commitment of those elders to act in unity and not unilaterally
- Ern Baxter's mixed reaction to the revival
- The lack of Hebrew and Greek scholarship among the North Battleford leaders contributed to the Word not always serving as a "plumbline" for the North Battleford expression of the revival
- His assessment that the keys to the revival were "obedience and unity"
- How George Warnock came to write what many believe was the most significant book of the LRM, The Feast of Tabernacles (personally, I believe that is debatable)