WordPoints Report

On this page you will find links to the last several reports sent out by Gary Henry.

These reports are sent to Gary’s financial supporters, but it’s a public list and anyone may subscribe. We are glad to have a growing list of those who are interested and want to follow the work and pray for it.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email [email protected]

October 2022

October 2022

I want to share with you some exciting news: after several years of thinking about it, asking some wise people for their counsel, and praying about it nearly every day, I am going to attempt to move the base of my operations to Meridian, Mississippi.

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September 2022

September 2022

Last month, I gave you an overview of the “chunks” of time that go into a typical workday for me. This month, I want zoom in a little closer on one of those daily chunks: the writing of a page in one of the books in the WordPoints Daybook Series.

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August 2022

August 2022

In this report, I want to do something unusual: I want to describe what happens in a “typical” day for me. Each is a different mix of the activities I’m going to describe. But maybe it’ll give you an idea of what my days consist of.

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July 2022

July 2022

I believe people are being influenced by the work you are making it possible for me to do, and the fact that you also have that confidence is a great comfort to me, especially on the weary days when the “finish line” seems a terribly long way off.

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June 2022

June 2022

I haven’t mentioned it lately, but I continue to send out the “Daily Family Bible Studies” each week. Of all the email lists that people can sign up for on WordPoints.com, this is the largest. At present, there are 1,521 people who get these studies.

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May 2022

May 2022

In addition to a selection of things that have been particularly helpful to me along life’s way, in “Walking in Christ” I will also be emphasizing some fundamental matters in the New Testament that are not receiving much attention these days.

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April 2022

April 2022

My rationale for writing first the beginning, the end, and the hardest pages in between, is that I want to write these while my mind is fresh, before the time arrives when I’m having to push through extreme weariness at the end of the project.

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