About That Booklet

Some of you have emailed me privately about the proposed booklet on Radix Fidem. I was hoping to use encouraging words, but I think some of you are resisting conviction on this, so I’ll be blunt: God will not let me do this by myself. If my readers don’t contribute to this little project, then it won’t happen. I’m not going to point fingers because I’m not God, but I’m willing to bet He’s tapping some of you on the shoulder. Some of you seem willing to give money, but we don’t need money for this (not until we have something to print). What does money mean if you can’t pitch in a little labor of love? How do you know God can’t use you to write if you never try?

So if I never get any submissions — send it any way you like — I’ll have to let it die.

Update: Just a reminder that this is a booklet that offers a slightly longer explanation of Radix Fidem than what we already have in the pamphlet. I would like to see a few paragraphs on each item in the list of features, or you can write something totally different that explains something about how it works. We need to tell the world, in broad generic terms, what sets us apart from all the other labels they already know about.

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About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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3 Responses to About That Booklet

  1. Jeanette Porell says:

    am good at writing but I am just starting to understand how to listen to the heart led conscience.

    Sent from Windows Mail

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  2. Ed Hurst says:

    Jeanette wrote: I am just starting to understand how to listen to the heart led conscience.

    You are in good company. Is anyone truly expert? I certainly don’t claim it.

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  3. wildcucumber says:

    Jeanette – Write something! Ed and I seem to do so much of the talking around here, I really want to hear from others.

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