In the last couple of days my friend Josh and I have worked to set up the website to make it functional and with that came a couple of extra perks. Before I get into all of the website info, however, I want to briefly mention tomorrow’s episode that will be up at 7:00 AM with an awesome guest on the topic of Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Now, there is a new page “Book Recommendations” that I will be expanding as time goes on. All of these links on this page are affiliate links. What this means is that every time you buy a book (or anything) by first going through those links, I receive a small commission that can go towards the ministry. This was a way for me to take in some funding without it feeling empty like it did with Patreon. This way, listeners can shop and support the ministry while getting products they desire. Anytime you go through those links, load up your cart, and buy something, I will get a small commission, which goes toward the ministry. The disclaimer is also at the bottom of that page.
Additionally you may have notice the “Store” menu option which links to some items with the new logo. I don’t really get a commission from these, they are just cool! So if you want some Christ is the Cure gear, there is the place to get it!
This all being said, I am currently working on the Statement of Faith page and considering whether or not blog posts will be a normative occurrence here.
What ideas do you have for the page? Contact us by using the Contact form. Thank you all very much for being with us and seeing this awesome progress. It’s important to note that I could not have done any of this without the brilliant mind of Josh who built the original website and helped me get this one up and running. Additionally, we could not have awesome stuff to buy or a fancy logo without the talented Josh from SwordandPencil.
God bless you all and I look forward to all the new developments!
Nick resides in Texas with his wife, daughter, and son. After meeting Christ in 2012, Nick began a blog in order to teach things that he found interesting. Eventually this blog would become a podcast in 2017 wherein the vision was to teach the scriptures and theology to anyone who was interested!