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November Gospel Gazette Online

October 27, 2019

Friends, we are happy to present to you the November 2019 edition of Gospel Gazette Online. As always, users incur no charges. Thereby, readers from all over the globe take advantage of the several monthly articles, as well as the thousands of archived articles. Please use these pages for your devotional studies, bulletin articles, and class and sermon preparation. Your edification is sufficient reason to continue this literary effort—now in its 21st year. Be kind to your friends, fellow students, coworkers and neighbors; acquaint them with Gospel Gazette Online at www.GospelGazette.com.

October Edition of Gospel Gazette Online

September 28, 2019

The October edition of Gospel Gazette Online is now ready for the thousands of subscribers as well as anyone else worldwide who has access to the Internet. As always, use of Gospel Gazette Online is made available free or without charge to the users. We hope and pray that the efforts and material contained in each new issue plus the thousands of archived pages will contribute to the edification of all who view it. May God be glorified. Www.GospelGazette.com.

September 2019 Gospel Gazette Online

August 31, 2019

Greetings Friends and Brethren, in the USA as well as across the globe. The September 2019 edition of Gospel Gazette Online is now published to the Internet and available for your use. There are 16 pages of articles by Christian brothers and sisters this month, but there are thousands of articles in the Archive, too. Enjoy the new issue of the journal, or search the site for topics of interest. One can also select topics by the index as well. In addition to the articles, the Digital Library contains 101 issues of The Voice of Truth International quarterly magazine and about three dozen books and tracts; all of these are PDF files of the printed versions. As it has always been, we provide the resources without charge to you (free!).

Though we do not collect personal information from visitors or those who use our resources, nevertheless, we are in the process of updating our security measures. This will provide an added peace of mind while utilizing the information herein. Enjoy! ~ Louis Rushmore, Editor

Rushmore Newsletter and Gospel Gazette Online

August 1, 2019

Over the last few days, we have been able to publish the August edition of Gospel Gazette Online and the Rushmore Newsletter for July. The former is only available over the Internet at www.GospelGazette.com. The latter is available via snail-mail as well as over the Internet at http://www.gospelgazette.com/Newsletter/2019/July.pdf. In addition, I have a new book published, which will soon be available. Until such time as it arrives, please make free use of about 100 issues of The Voice of Truth International and around three dozen books—all in PDF files in the digital library for Gospel Gazette Online; go to http://www.gospelgazette.com/library/ and scroll down to the magazines and books. Enjoy, and let us hear from you at rushmore@gospelgazette.com.

Team Meeting and Such

July 24, 2019

Sunday, July 14 Martha and I assembled with the Wildwood, Florida Church of Christ. I presented my PowerPoint “2019 Guyana, South America” for the Bible class hour. That morning, I preached, “Youth Ministry Begins in the Home.” Later in the day, I preached, “A Lost Generation.” About 1 p.m. the next day, Martha and I left for Winona, Mississippi. (Rebecca had already departed in the morning for her home outside of Memphis, Tennessee.) Though Martha and I would like to have traveled farther, we lodged Monday night in Demopolis, Alabama.

Tuesday afternoon, Martha and I had dental cleanings in Jackson, Mississippi. Later, we arrived in Winona and were guests of brother Jerry and sister Paula Bates through Friday morning. I had worked with them from day to day in Winona for 11 years. Martha, of course, joined me in the work following our marriage a little over 2 years ago.

Wednesday evening, Martha and I met with the Elliott, Mississippi Church of Christ. I showed those present the PowerPoint, “2019 Guyana.”

Thursday and Friday, other missionaries and we gathered at the annual World Evangelism team meeting in Winona. We encouraged each other, told of what we had been doing and shared our plans for the coming year.

Friday night, Martha and I traveled to Meridian, Mississippi to the home of brother Therman and sister Sadie Hodge. They weren’t there, but they opened their home to us. Martha and I rested on Saturday and were treated to a superb supper at the home of brother Bill and sister April Koch.

On the Lord’s Day, Martha and I assembled with the Union, Mississippi Church of Christ—about an hour away. Once more, I made my PowerPoint presentation, “2019 Guyana,” and for worship, I preached my lesson, “Youth Ministry Begins at Home.” We were pleased to share a fellowship meal with the congregation following worship. Afterward, we returned to the Hodge Lodge and awaited the arrival of brother and sister Hodge. Monday, we returned to our home in Ocala, Florida.

For me at least, returning to Winona and spending time with coworkers resulted in a rush of eye-moistening emotions. The earthly remains of my late wife Bonnie lie about 30 minutes west of Winona in the cemetery of the Old Union Church of Christ—only a small clearing in the kudzu-covered woods permitting the presence of the meetinghouse and the graveyard. In addition, some of our fellow missionary families are battling cancer and other maladies; this too, is a little unsettling. Several associates have passed away in the last dozen years.

During the week, I managed to get the files for the next Rushmore Newsletter to the printing company in Minnesota. Further, I was able to get all of the files for my next book to the same printing company. My books are the result of studies over decades that occasionally make their way into print.

We were looking forward to sleeping in our own bed. We had only been home for about two weeks from our last trek before making this trip. Tuesday was a down day; we relaxed. However, I was able to do a quick mowing of the yard before the rains began. Later, Martha’s son and daughter-in-law shared our afternoon and a meal with us. That was pleasant.

Wednesday was punctuated with doctor appointments for both of us. We received the results of recent lab tests. I’ve flunked my AC1 test twice in a row, and so, I will begin taking diabetic medicine again. In the afternoon, I had a biopsy on my thyroid.

There is always something to keep us busy and give us purpose in life. We hope that by what we say, where we go and what we do stateside and abroad that we can glorify God and edify our fellow man. Hence, among other things, I need to feverishly work on the next edition of Gospel Gazette Online, and soon I must devote primary attention to a future issue of The Voice of Truth International. Shortly, I need also to arrange travel plans for our anticipated trip to Myanmar and India. It hardly seems that we’ve slowed down any since we moved from the daily activities at the World Evangelism Building in Winona, Mississippi to my office in our Ocala, Florida home. Martha and I are driven in the service of our Lord no matter of where we reside. We are fortunate to be associated with some of the most enthusiastic servants of our Lord, and we are thankful for good brethren who make it possible for us to devote ourselves fully to the cause of Christ.

Long Overdue

July 9, 2019

Long overdue, I just uploaded dozens of lauds concerning Gospel Gazette Online. Words of encouragement from time to time such as these reassure us that the time, effort and money expeGospel Gazette Onlinended to publish GGO are worth the investment. You may go directly to the “Guest Book” at the following URL.

http://www.gospelgazette.com/guestbk/index.shtml

Gospel Gazette Online for July

July 1, 2019

 

Gospel Gazette Online

Just today, we were able to publish the July 2019 edition of Gospel Gazette Online. We have thousands of subscribers across the planet, in addition to non-subscribers who may access without charge each new monthly issue as well as the thousands of archived pages. Monthly, we receive new subscriptions, subscription cancellations and lauds from our readers from around the world. Our subscription list, which is merely an advisement of when each new Gospel Gazette Online is ready, continues to grow. We are thankful that what we do and what we invest of time and of money in this effort edifies souls and glorifies God. We began this meager effort in January of 1999, and the encouragement that we receive is sufficient encouragement to continue onward in this endeavor. Thank you, especially, for church members and churches of Christ who make this possible and place their confidence in us regarding www.GospelGazette.com.