Joe Slater of Thayer, MO, has made available his book review of a work exposing the errors of the emerging-church movement. Continue reading
Sharing resources with friends is a pleasure. They can do their own study and research in Scripture. A brother in Christ who lives in another state has just retired and plans to spend his time working with the church. He’s a church planter.
Jack P. Lewis, Hugo McCord, and Clyde M. Woods were involved in this Bible version, overseen by Stanley Morris’s International Bible Translators. I have this very edition. At $1.99, slightly imperfect, it’s a great deal at CBD. Continue reading
Please see on the GoSpeak site our holiday prayer for all our friends, fellow saints, and coworkers in this great effort.
We’re grateful especially to the Forthright Press authors for their wonderful contributions to the knowledge of God.
GoSpeak is the ministry arm and main umbrella for all the Forthright efforts.
Maybe you’re happy that a only small group of friends sees your cat pictures or short comments. But your public content deserves to be seen by a wider audience, right? Some things you want the world to see.
When you want to share with the world, your articles, reflections, photos, and links should all be easily available to anyone who wants to see them.
That goes double for devotional thoughts, Bible meditations, and gospel articles.
Here are some reasons why it’s not advisable to post your public content to Facebook, along with suggestions about what to do. Continue reading
(A tweet is a post or message published on Twitter, with a limit of 140 characters.)
Finishing manuscript for missionary retreat.
— J. Randal Matheny (@jrmatheny) April 2, 2008
The first tweet for Forthright Press came later, on 12 December. Continue reading
A large religious publisher apparently makes a monthly call for prayer for its authors. Their practice reminds us that many in the brotherhood are writing books, Sunday school curriculum, articles, poems, and posts. Wouldn’t it be a grand thing to include them in our regular prayers?
Perhaps you’d like to include such a supplication to the Lord in a prayer with your brethren as well in private.