Taking a Break Until January 1st

Hi Fun Seekers,

Due to the holidays, I’m taking a break from this blog from now until January 1st.

In the meantime, you can catch up up on my podcast. There are 86 episodes so far.

We still have inventory for the Watchman Nee Box Set and the Devern Fromke Box Set.

We also have copies of my entire library at a discount.

Finally, my online course will close on December 31st. So if you want to take advantage of it, click here and register before it closes.

Have a wonderful holiday!


Psalm 115:1

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  1. Ben says

    Frank, what a pleasure your teachings have been to my life this past year. I am experiencing Jesus in a whole new way. All the best to you and yours.

  2. says

    I love your books and have ALL of them and share many of them with others. I would like to know the order that you would suggest someone read them in. The first one I read was Pagan Christianity and then I read From Eternity to Here. Then I purchased all the others and continue to recommend them or give them away to others who I know are searching for this.
    So, for a young person who has not been in institutional church in what order would you suggest?
    Then, for someone who has been in institutional church and was not happy and dropped out and even doubts the reality of Christ and the existence of true believers, what order?
    This would be very helpful.

  3. says

    Merry Christmas, Frank, and Happy New Year! Thank you for all you do for the body and for remaining faithful. Blessings to you and your family in 2014.

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