I have just sent out the december edition of the email newsletter to the over 13,500 subscribers. If you have any problems or issues with the email please let me know. Brother Mike Balog added an short article to the newsletter, I do pray it blesses many.
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
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Why do you use the article "an" where it is inappropriate to do so? It disrupts the reading flow since the logic keeps questioning the error. Kindly do something about it.A few examples (from Ministry News):"...SermonIndex becoming AN non-profit organisation in Canada.""...involved in leadership with AN church plant.""...support using AN credit card or AN cheque."Don't you think "A" is the appropriate article to use before these words starting with consonants that "AN" since the words don't start with vowels?Thanks,Thomas Dohling,New Delhi, India.
_________________Thomas R Dohling
thanks for the correction brother I will ensure to go over my spelling better before the next email sendout.
I just received the December newsletter today. Nice article you wrote. I was happy to see that Mike Balog wrote one too. It was nice reading an update about your ministry too. That's cool that the non-profit organization process is coming a bit closer. I read about you continuing your correspondence courses with Calvary Chapel and that's really neat Greg that you might get to help plant a church. God is continuing to do good, fruitful works through you and I want to cry from happiness. I desire for my life to be fruitful as well. Oh, and I liked the testimonies on your newsletter too. It's always nice to read how people have been blessed by this ministry. [laughs] And now you have more than one person correcting you on the improper use of "an". Remember, before a vowel Greg [laughs]. The "n" in "an" serves as a "cushion" before a vowel. The "Sermon Index Secretary" is willing to help edit.