Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How can I contact WordPoints?

  • Address: Gary Henry / WordPoints, 1310 Snake Foot Drive, Apt 104, Louisville KY 40243
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Phone: 502-682-2603
  • Facebook: Personal page for Gary Henry and publisher page for WordPoints

What is WordPoints?

WordPoints is a small religious publishing company, delivering content written by Gary Henry via websites, blogs, e-books, and other digital media. It also serves as the publishing vehicle for hard-copy books written by Gary, including the daily devotional book Diligently Seeking God. WordPoints is a member of Independent Book Publishers Association. For more about our publishing philosophy, see ABOUT WORDPOINTS.

Who is Gary Henry?

Gary Henry is a Bible study teacher who lives in Louisville, Kentucky. He writes and speaks in special evangelistic meetings. For more information, see ABOUT THE AUTHOR.

What kind of books does WordPoints publish?

Our books are what the old-timers used to call “daybooks” — books with one page for each day of the year, containing a short, thoughtful meditation that gives the reader something to ponder throughout the day. The WordPoints Daybook Series will eventually contain seven volumes.

What books are in the ‘WordPoints Daybook Series’?

  • Book 1 – Enthusiastic Ideas
  • Book 2 – More Enthusiastic Ideas
  • Book 3 – Diligently Seeking God
  • Book 4 – Reaching Forward
  • Book 5 – Obeying the Gospel (fall 2020)
  • Book 6 – Walking in Christ (In preparation)
  • Book 7 – Going Home (In preparation)

Where can WordPoints books be purchased?

Gary’s Amazon page

Florida College Bookstore- Temple Terrace, Florida

Online bookstore

CEI/Truth Bookstore- Athens, Alabama

Online bookstore

One Stone Biblical Resources- Bowling Green, Kentucky

Online bookstore

Note: WordPoints books are available from many other booksellers besides the ones listed above. Check your favorite source. If copies are not in stock at a particular time, any bookseller can order them for you.

When did WordPoints begin?

WordPoints began in 2002 prior to the publication of Diligently Seeking God.

Who owns WordPoints?

WordPoints is a sole proprietorship owned by Gary Henry.

Is WordPoints affiliated with any denomination, congregation, or religious organization?

No. Although the author, Gary Henry, is a member of the Douglass Hills Church of Christ in Louisville, Kentucky, WordPoints is not connected to that congregation, any group of congregations, or any para-church organization. It is a private, independent publishing project.

Does WordPoints have a doctrinal statement?

No. We have not encapsulated our beliefs in a formal statement, but we are happy to answer any questions readers might have on specific points of belief.

Can WordPoints website materials be reproduced for group studies, classes, bulletins, etc.?

Yes. We encourage the use of these resources by anyone who finds them helpful. (There is no need to write us for permission to reprint.)

Are WordPoints books available at a bulk discount?

Our books are available at a bulk discount price of $10.95 per copy (plus shipping). The quantity must be 18 copies or more, but you can mix and match titles if you wish. Email us at [email protected] to place a bulk order, indicating which title(s) you want, the quantity, and the address you want the books shipped to. We will figure the shipping and send you an invoice for the total cost. (Obviously, this bulk discount is for congregations, study groups, and individuals who wish to give copies of these books away. You are not allowed to resell the books at retail.)

From "Diligently Seeking God"

  • Is It Praise That We Seek After All? (September 29)
    Is It Praise That We Seek After All? (September 29)
    For virtually every human being there is at least someone whose acceptance it is important for that person to have. And the difficult question is this: what if doing God's will does not result in that someone's acceptance and approval? Will we obey anyway?
  • Our Utilitarian Approach to God (September 28)
    Our Utilitarian Approach to God (September 28)
    If our relationship with God is based upon love, we can ill afford to let self-centered (though we would simply call them "practical") motives enter in. Our enjoyment of God cannot depend on whether some desired payoff is being received from Him.

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