In the Sower Spotlight
Each quarter the team at R16:16 is choosing to feature those within the brotherhood who are faithfully working to sow the seed of the kingdom. We do this in hopes of bringing into the spotlight those groups, organizations or businesses whose tireless efforts are seldom seen. Often these works are being maintained on shoe string budgets, yet those workers remain dedicated to seeing them through.
This quarter we are excited to share in the Sower Spotlight: The Preacher’s Favorite Passage (PFP), is a monthly e-zine that is written by a compilation of gospel preachers and organized by Lee Snow and Tony Clay. The main article is written by a guest writer who shares an article about his favorite Bible passage. Additionally the e-zine contains 5 additional articles written be various but regular PFP writers.
The Preacher’s Favorite Passage (PFP) was started in March of 2012 by Lee Snow. It began for him as a way that would help him in his Bible study. His hope was that by sharing what he was learning with his blog readers he would be motivated in his own study, while at the same time, spreading the Gospel. Since that time it has grown to include the monthly e-zine which includes 6 regular writers, as well as the blog which publishes new content several times a week.
Lee is a graduate of the Memphis School of Preaching. He currently serves as minister for the Gray Church of Christ in Gray, GA. He grew up in Arab, Alabama and began preaching in 2009. Tony Clay is also a graduate of the Memphis School of preaching. He works with the Enon congregation in Webb, Alabama. Tony, a Michigan native began writing for PFP by contributing weekly blog articles. He now writes a monthly column for the e-zine called, “Say What?” which examines various popular teachings and trying them by the word of God to see what is true.
Here is how you can help:
1. Pray for their outreach. The more they can encourage others and teach the truth the more the Lord will be glorified.
2. Register (for free) to receive their monthly e-zine via your email, or read the e-zine and/or blog regularly online.