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Christian Book Trade – I remain fully persuaded …

October 8, 2012 Leave a comment

After all these years, I remain fully persuaded of the potent impact of Christian writing and spiritual content, influencing lives for the better around the world. both in print and digitally.

The message of hope remains key. The delivery mechanism doesn’t really matter. In some parts of the world print remains dominant. In others, digital is in the ascendancy.

The outcome for the Gospel is what’s important, which is why content is key.

One of the keys to this ministry that we have not always recognised is the work of the Holy Spirit in using content to supernaturally touch people’s lives.

I am more aware than ever now of that aspect of our work. It is God who does the work, not us – although He is pleased to use us too.

‘These are written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the son of God, and that by believing you may have life in His name’.  The Gospel of John 20:30

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