Literary, Literary, Literary

Rushmore Newsletter0114

Tuesday, the last day of 2013, Bonnie and I finished composing and formatting our first newsletter for 2014. I was able to get it uploaded to our Internet site, www.gospelgazette.com, and I sent out about 500 emails to brethren to whom we provide via the Internet. Today, via the Internet, I was able to pay the printer to print the paper copies. Once they arrive in a couple of weeks or so, then, Bonnie and I will process them for mailing to around 800 brethren. Let me know if you want a copy of the Rushmore Newsletter through the Internet or US mail (rushmore@gospelgazette.com).

Especially yesterday and today (New Year’s Day), I have been working feverishly trying to put some finishing touches on volume 79 of The Voice of Truth International. This quarterly of 114 pages takes about a quarter of the year just to put together. All hands on deck! Many hands have touched it: Byron and Gay Nichols, Betty Choate, Bonnie and Louis Rushmore, Rebecca Rushmore, and Jerry and Paula Bates. One might think we’re trying to share the blame! It takes a team and teamwork to bring each issue to fruition.

Tomorrow, I really must spend some serious time trying to put the January 2014 issue of Gospel Gazette Online together. It will take me a few days to accomplish this. In addition, I need to find some time to work on the lessons a
bout the Book of Job that I am teaching at the Siwell Rd. Church of Christ in Jackson, MS.

Literary, literary, literary describes with the appropriate emphasis a large part of what we do when not on the road, overseas teaching and preaching. Numerous other activities cry for our time, too (i.e., daily correspondence, phone calls, and shipping; adding over a hundred items to the online book store; and a few things we won’t know about until they happen). Jerry Bates and I are preparing to add about 124 tracts to the online book store. Happy New Year everyone!

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