Robert Rowels is a member of the International Masons. The International Masons is an extension of the Ancient Free Masonry Society. People like Robert Rowels, who belong to the Masons, believe in the promotion of personal study and responsibility. Many of the beliefs of the Masons are in line with Robert Rowels’ personal beliefs of self improvement and social betterment. The members of the International Masons believe in the bonds of brotherhood of all men.
From as far back as the 1300s, the Masons have been gathering together to promote social and personal improvement. In 1717, more Mason lodges were formed across America and Europe. In 1950, a branch of the Masons was formally incorporated and chartered by Dr. William V. Banks, in Detroit, Michigan. Currently, there are more than 1,000 lodges of International Masons including the one Robert Rowels belongs to, with more than 500,000 members worldwide.
Robert Rowels enjoys the camaraderie that is part of the society of the International Masons. The search for a system that teaches moral lessons and self-knowledge is something that Robert Rowels believes in. Brotherhood is also common in the military, and Robert Rowels was a member of the United States Army from 1982 to 1988. Although the International Mason Society is not a religion, they urge their members, like Robert Rowels, to be faithful and devoted to their own religious beliefs.
The International Masons is the world’s largest fraternal and charitable organization, and Robert Rowels is proud to be an active member. Robert Rowels supports the goal of the International Masons, which is to provide leadership with a moral, benevolent, and charitable background. Robert Rowels is proud to help the International Masons in teaching young minds the merits of personal and intellectual advancement. Robert Rowels also helps the group in helping to improve the moral standards of the community around them as well as providing a family atmosphere to its members.