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March 2020 Rushmore Newsletter

March 26, 2020

The printed version of the March 2020 Rushmore Newsletter is in the mail, and hundreds more email notifications about the newsletter likewise ‘are in the mail’ (email). Please take a few moments to read over and view some pictures therein. Martha and I were in all regions of Guyana, South America from January 31 to March 2 of this year. We solicit your prayers and encourage your financial participation. Go directly to the March 2020 Rushmore Newsletter at https://www.gospelgazette.com/Newsletter/2020/March.pdf. You can send me your thoughts at rushmore@gospelgazette.com.

The Rushmore Newsletter

November 12, 2019

 

The Rushmore Newsletter for November 2019 has just been published to the Internet. Nearly 800 email notices are being sent at this moment to members and friends among the churches of Christ so interested brethren may access it online. An additional 1,000+ members of the church and congregations of the Lord’s church will receive printed copies through the US mail over the next several days. Martha and I welcome your questions, comments and participation in our labors for Jesus Christ stateside and abroad. You may access the November edition of the Rushmore Newsletter directly at https://www.gospelgazette.com/Newsletter/2019/November.pdf.

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.

March 2019 Rushmore Newsletter

April 3, 2019

The March 2019 Rushmore Newsletter is ready for you. Simply follow this direct link:

http://www.gospelgazette.com/Newsletter/2019/March.pdf

Inside, you will find text and pictures regarding our five weeks recently in Guyana, South America, as well as details about the move of our residence to Florida. We hasten to affirm that we are still laboring with our coworkers with World Evangelism in Winona, Mississippi and other parts of the USA and abroad. I continue to edit The Voice of Truth International and Gospel Gazette Online. Martha and I continue to travel to stateside congregations to apprise them of our mission work and to present biblical lessons, too. Thank you for your moral support and encouragement. The elders of the Siwell Road Church of Christ, 4075 S. Siwell Rd., Jackson, MS 39212 continue to oversee our mission efforts, and any funds for our labors may be sent to them. Make checks payable to the Rushmore Evangelism Fund or to the Siwell Road Church of Christ and note in the memo line of the check “Rushmore Evangelism Fund.” We covet your prayers.

November Rushmore Newsletter

November 21, 2018

Whew! Rebecca, Martha and I just sent off the November 2018 edition of the Rushmore Newsletter, plus past, leftover newsletters to additional recipients. For several days, our living room looked like something between a warehouse fiasco and an obstacle course, as we processed about 2,000 newsletters for mailing. In addition, just a few moments ago, I sent 762 email notifications with links for the current newsletter. Altogether, then, nearly 3,000 physical and email addresses have been apprised of our mission labors. Imagine how 3,000 prayers could aid us in our meager efforts to spread the Gospel of Christ. Just think of how even small amounts of financial participation with us could fund our overseas mission activities and related fare. We humbly solicit your prayers so that God may be glorified and so that souls may be edified—Christians and non-Christians—worldwide.

August Rushmore Newsletter

September 9, 2018

For the last two days, Martha and I have been processing the August 2018 Rushmore Newsletter—getting it ready to mail on Monday. This afternoon and in addition to that, the August newsletter has been added to the Gospel Gazette Online site. Subsequently, I have sent out email notifications to additional persons regarding the availability of the newsletter on the Internet.

This issue of the Rushmore Newsletter includes an update regarding the acquisition of an ATV (a rural Gospel chariot for a remote part of the globe) for Amerindian brethren in Guyana, South America. Not long from now, Martha and I will return to Myanmar (Burma) in Asia, where we will be teaching for two weeks in a school nestled in a jungle setting. We love being with fellow Christians and non-Christians, too, around the world who eagerly embrace every opportunity to learn more about the Gospel of Jesus Christ. We are indebted to the churches of Christ and the Christian families who make it possible for us to serve at home and abroad.

July 7, 2018

New Reading Material!

Three new PDF files are ready for your reading pleasure and enjoyment. The price is right, too—no charge! The following items have been added to the newsletter archive and to the 100+ titles in the Digital Library at Gospel Gazette Online (www.GospelGazette.com).

Printed editions of the first three above are available upon request. The printed Rushmore Newsletter is free to all who want it; just contact me at Email: rushmore@gospelgazette.com. The Voice of Truth International and Job’s Journey to Know God are sold for nominal fees to offset publishing costs. They and about 350 other titles can be inspected online at www.WorldEvangelismMedia.com.

Aside from the above, Friday, July 6, Martha and I had eye examinations. Our eyesight has remained constant over the past year, for which we are happy, of course. Martha involuntarily posed for the snapshot!