But there are other ministries I'm involved in, or want to be, along side the above mentioned - as well as continuing the mission of Lord over Life.
At the culmination of a two-year project, this past summer God blessed me with my first book publication, Why We Homeschool: The Meaning and Significance of Christian Education. I'd like to pursue concentrating more writing on that topic as well as other more specific areas in which Christ's Lordship should be magnified.
In addition to that, I still feel a strong call for The Bahnsen Project to see some progress and eventually be completed. But as of yet (due to the above mentioned as well as other personal events in mine and my family's life), progress on that has been very slow.
So . . .
I'm asking for your help! And here are some ways you can do that, if God so stirs your heart.
(1) Pray that God will give the help necessary for this ministry and the various aspects of it, including (but not limited to) help with The Bahnsen Project, gifted writers for the Lord over Life blog, and more opportunities to publish written works on more specific areas over which Christ's Lordship should be magnified.
(2) Write for this blog. If you can agree to the statement of faith on this website (and if you have any questions, please ask), and love to write on Biblical truth and how Christ's Lordship affects all areas of life - in order to affect the lives of others in the church and/or world - I would love for you to contact me with your interest in writing for this ministry.
(3) Transcribe lectures for The Bahnsen Project. In order to retain continuity, I will continue my work in editing the works for The Bahnsen Project. However, it would speed things up incredibly if I had maybe 1-5 volunteers doing direct transcription work from Bahnsen's lectures to typed transcripts for me to edit. If you have any interest in this, please prayerfully consider this and contact me as soon as possible.
Well, there you have it. That's my plea. I need those of you whom God is calling to help with this ministry. So please - if you're reading this - prayerfully consider how you might help in any or all of these aspects.
Two are better than one, because they have a good reward for their toil. For if they fall, one will lift up his fellow. But woe to him who is alone when he falls and has not another to lift him up! . . . And though a man might prevail against one who is alone, two will withstand him—a threefold cord is not quickly broken.
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