December 2018

The “Daily Family Bible Studies” were begun many years ago, and various congregations that I have worked with have gotten bits and pieces, but now the whole project is complete, and I am excited about the number of people who will be able to use it for many years to come.

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November 2018

I am glad to announce that just a few weeks ago I passed the 1/3 mark in the number of pages written for the new book “Obeying the Gospel.” As of today, I have finished 131 (36%) of the 366 total pages in the book, and I hope to finish the rest of the writing in 2019.

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October 2018

I will finish out my meeting schedule in 2018 with a meeting in Columbus, Mississippi. I will also push to get to the halfway point in writing “Obeying the Gospel” by the end of the year. It has been a productive year in many ways.

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September 2018

A few weeks ago, I passed the one-fourth point in writing Obeying the Gospel. I might be able to finish the book by the end of next year. It has been an exciting project to work on, and I am grateful to have had the opportunity to make this much progress on it.

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August 2018

I’m getting a good bit of writing done this summer, but the past few weeks have found me “on the road” preaching in various places. Each location has provided a unique experience in the Lord’s work and given me cause for great joy.

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July 2018

I’d like to update you on the progress I’m making on the new book, Obeying the Gospel. This is not the only work I’m doing right now, but in my own mind it is the most important. I hope you will be excited about this writing as it progresses.

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June 2018

Even though I can no longer maintain an apartment in Meridian, Mississippi, I still want to encourage the church at Seventh Street as much as I can, and the brethren have invited me to come back and preach for them on months that have a fifth Sunday.

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May 2018

I am planning a major new section in the WordPoints.com website that will be comprised of five basic areas, each containing information useful to five distinct audiences. This will be called “Core Content” on the WordPoints website.

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