Archive for July 8th, 2022

BSN 883 Ehrenfeld-1Last fall, as things subsided briefly with COVID restrictions, Ken Ehrenfeld paid us a very endearing visit. He was an absolute joy to have, and we relished the mutual fellowship. His passion for God and His Word has led him on an intense, life-long journey toward the truth – to a place of embracing God’s sovereignty, right division, and the salvation of all. More importantly, His spirit bears the unmistakable fruit of God. In Bible Student’s Notebook #879 we shared with our readers a short, encouraging article entitled “Priority” by Ken concerning legalism and our freedom in Christ.

Raised in the northeast, he now, in what he likes to call “the winter of his life,” lives in TX, and conducts an aggressive ministry of supplying books to the libraries of Christian Colleges and Universities. His current distribution is our book The Church in Ruins, with plans to do so with Nothing Will Be Lost next. We are grateful that he allows us to be a part in his daring endeavor.

Nathan, Ken and ClydeWhile he was here, we slipped over and made a visit to the small borough of Ehrenfeld, which is only 12 miles from our place. Just a small community of about 200. We now like to joke with Ken that we live in the suburbs of Ehrenfeld.


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