A quick note to let our supporters know where we are in our production of new resources. The 180º Project is over halfway completed. Some delays have occurred but it is still very much a work in progress. Our very first resource, Is Jesus Enough?, is getting a makeover. A study guide for each chapter has been developed and a couple more chapters will be added as well. Look for this to come out in print in February/March of 2014. Background work is being done for our commentaries on Zechariah and Zephaniah, and work should begin in earnest on those as soon as the 180 Project is completed.
Continue to remember us in your prayers. In February and March both, look for free Kindle editions of some of our books. As always, drop us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how you are doing. You may also order print copies of our books by simply emailing us and asking for them by name.
The 180° Project continues to be the focus of Ta Ethne as we head into the Thanksgiving season. Even with the transition from Montana to Georgia this year, the project is continuing at a steady pace. Four chapters of the resource book have been written and are in the editing process while the remaining chapters are still being finished. The subject of biblical repentance is a fascinating study and as more and more research is done, we are going back and incorporating our knowledge into the book. The release of this resource is still planned for early 2014, though the schedule to allow us to complete it on time will be a demanding one. Another resource planned for 2014 is the second in our dynamic commentary series, this one will focus on the books of Zechariah and Zephaniah. The current plan is to have both books to be in one commentary and our tentative target date is mid-summer 2014.
Thank you so much for your continued support and prayers. We continue to gain new followers around the world and hearing from them excites us. It is a wonderful feeling to know that we are making a difference in the kingdom of God and we strive to bring glory to Him.