Archive for March, 2011

26th March
written by Alden

We continue to hear many positive and encouraging comments on the book. One pastor said, “I often read books through in a couple of hours. This one I’m reading through slowly; for me, it’s pleasure reading.”

Pastor Matt Richard, in his blog and also in a slightly longer review on (giving us 5 stars), writes

“The Gospel Uncensored,” is a fervent book on the grace of God and how this gracious work of Christ leads to freedom. It is a heartfelt plea to the reader to get over “Jesus plus religion” and come back to “Jesus plus nothing.” For it is in Jesus and Him alone that we have freedom.

“The Gospel Uncensored” is a great read, well worth your time and would be a valuable book for a small group setting/study.

(If you aren’t aware, there is also a free downloadable study guide available here, or from the Kindle store for $0.99.)

Thank you all for your kind comments; we appreciate them very much!  (And, of course, continue to encourage your friends to buy a copy, available from all major online booksellers in both paper and electronic formats.)

15th March
written by Alden

Ken Blue, teaching on Galatians (Picture courtesy of The Charis Project)

Ken Blue is currently in Bangkok, Thailand, with his son, Aaron. Aaron, along with other members of the Blue family, works with an orphanage in Thailand that currently houses about 40 children who are Burmese refugees. You can read more about The Charis Project on their website, and follow them on Facebook.

After a visit to the orphanage, they will be teaching for another week and a half in the surrounding area. For Ken, preaching the “Good News to the Poor” is more than just a ministry name.

Ken is one of the most passionate and caring speakers there is—whether he’s speaking on grace, spiritual abuse, or any number of other topics, he always gives 100%. For more on Ken’s speaking ministry, visit his website.