The Next Big … Things?

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Have you ever felt stuck? Well, that was me for the first quarter of this year. Every time I tried to focus on getting work done on the blog something else came up. So I’ve made a decision. It’s time to eliminate unimportant activities that are wasting my time and once again get focused on the message of Christian stewardship. There are quite a few big events on the horizon as a result, so I thought I would let you in on what’s going on.

The Next eBook: Where Is My Blessing?

If you can remember, a few weeks ago I wrote a post on Malachi 3:10 entitled, “Are The Windows Of Heaven Stuck?” At the end of that article I said that I would be releasing my final thoughts on this text once I was done with my research. It is almost time for me to release the new resource that once again challenges our traditional view of this text and the blessings we receive from tithing.

Malachi 3:10 Where Is My Blessing

Camp Meeting 2014 in The Bahamas

I have been confirmed as a presenter at the 2014 Camp Meeting in The Bahamas. I am really excited about this opportunity and preparations are going well. If you are in the area June 22 – 28, I would love to have an opportunity to see you. Whether you can make it or not I would appreciate it if you keep me in your prayers.

A New Address In The Family?

I am planning to register a new web address (domain). Why? When I started Rich Sinners Poor Saints I had a totally different idea and purpose than what I have now. The current web address seems to be a distraction and may turn away some persons without them actually hearing what I have to say. I am looking for something that clearly communicates what my current message is about … Christian stewardship. So I have come up with a few ideas:

I would like your input and additional suggestions as well. Let me know what you think. Leave your comments below.

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  1. Jeremiah Duncombe says:

    I like both suggestions, but my first choice is:
    Keep up the good works. Hope to see you in the Bahamas.

  2. Ceceile Hosten says:

    I like the first one because it is short and catchy. I am so excited for you and your family expanding your ministry. My prayers are with you.

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