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I welcome your comments.  If you have questions, find mistakes, contradictions, or inaccuracies, telling me about them is greatly appreciated.  If you have suggestions for anything from improvement of the layout to ideas for new articles, I would like to hear them.  If you wish to pass me a link to a news article, please send it.  And it you have questions about Salvation, I welcome them.  Unfortunately I'm not a robot and I can't answer all email and give many around the world the attention they would like.

If you are not a Christian, none of the policy on the rest of this page applies to you.  You have diplomatic immunity.  I will help you in any way I can.  However, my primary purpose is to present the truth about Salvation.

For Christians, the Holy Spirit is always available to answer any of our questions.  Unfortunately, Christians aren't perfect.  If you catch obvious mistakes in my work, I appreciate knowing about them. Otherwise, hundreds of readers may stumble over the same problem.  Pointing out a mistake in a written article is not the same as maligning the author.  Objective criticism of a document does not impugn the author.  This is important to know because maligning a pastor can result in getting his discipline, which is much worse than for the ordinary Christian.

If you can't find the information you are seeking on my site, please select Home at the top of the page.  The Document Index contains a list of all my published documents except for news articles.  The search option can be used to find news articles.  The links at the top of each page are designed to answer most questions about this ministry.  If you still have trouble finding something you think I might have, I don't mind helping you find it.

Email Policy

1.  The pastor's time is to be dedicated to the ministry of the Word and not serving tables (Acts 6:1-4).   Serving tables is administrative work that is analogous to answering email.
2.  Questions that advocate a different doctrine or that demonstrate a morbid interest in controversial questions, speculation, and disputes about words (1 Timothy 6:3-5; 2 Timothy 2:23) are a waste of time and will not be answered.
3.  Requests for counseling will be denied.  The Holy Spirit is our counselor (John 14:26; 1 John 2:27).
4.  If you feel that you really need to communicate with me via email, try being honest (especially in the subject line).

Author:  Larry Wood