Maybe no news is good news. But lest you think you are not getting through, I respond. I read it faithfully from one end to the other. Many of the articles reflect a solid scriptural foundation. You have probably never heard of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (a very conservative Synod-so conservative that we withdrew fellowship with the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod because they were leaving the Word of God.) I am a retired pastor (still preaching off and on), richly blessed by the faithfulness of our synod and the many articles in your publication. While editor or our church's newsletter, I made use of your Bulletin Bullets. I will be sharing those with other of our churches here in the Valley of the Sun.
Be encouraged-I appreciate Pulpit Helps.
PS: I did a sermon on Psalm 90 the other day with the theme "I HAVE NEVER BEEN THIS OLD BEFORE."
1. So, NOW take another look at the POWER of God.
2. So, NOW again take a look at the love of God.
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Editor's response: We Are!
I think I have been receiving Pulpit Helps for almost as long as it has been published. It has been a blessing to me for all those years. And thank you for publishing my sermon outlines and occasional articles from time to time. All who stand behind the sacred desk owe Pulpit Helps a debt of gratitude. Your journal has helped all of us to be more prepared to "preach the Word."
Victor Knowles, founder & president
POEM (Peace on Earth Ministries)
I appreciate Pulpit Helps and cut something out to save in every issue. In the current issue on page 21 there is a joke called "The Stone Came High" that I thought was in poor taste. Granted it is funny in some ways but there are enough forces tearing down family and marriage. It just seemed out of character for your publication.
Goshen Christian Church