Thursday, November 21, 2013

The Weekly Word

Well it has been quite some time since you've heard from any of us, and many of you have expressed your concern through emails inquiring about our absence. It's encouraging for us to know that most of you really enjoyed receiving the weekly emails and they had an impact that reached further than we even realized. It would be impossible to fill you in on everything that has transpired among all the guys, and who knows, E-Fellowship might be one small spark away from igniting once again. 

From a personal standpoint, I've been given the keys to another website and therefore it would be too time consuming and inefficient from a ministry standpoint to try and run E-Fellowship as well. Therefore, I've made a commitment to writing weekly again and gathering others to write with me, but now I'm writing over here.

If you would like to start receiving this new weekly email then please feel free to sign up here: Weekly Word Sign-up Form

Thanks for your encouragement and support of E-Fellowship up to this point, and who knows what the Spirit might have in store. For now, here's an excerpt from the latest email from the Weekly Word:


For God so loved the world, that he gave his only Son, that whoever believes in him should not perish but have eternal life. (John 3:16)

This is the summary statement of the gospel with an astounding description of God’s love for man and a beautiful promise to those who love Him back. This is perhaps one of the most awesome sentences in all of Scripture. However, I often fear that this summary statement made by Jesus has been hijacked at times to promote a distorted gospel message - one that highlights the act of believing with no mention of entrusting, surrender, or commitment. Is hijacked an overstatement? Read more here…..