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Contact Information

Phone:

  • Daytime:  715-338-2796

  • Evenings:  715-485-3528 (Jon)

Postal address:

Searching Together
PO Box 548
St Croix Falls WI 54024-0548

E-Mail: :jzens@searchingtogether.org

 

Canadian readers contact:

Larry Hartley
2391 Route 114
Weldon, N.B., Canada E4H 4R2

United Kingdom readers contact:

Doug Heffernan
Cork Fellowship
Cork, Ireland

Australian readers contact:

Ray Levick
149-153 Epping Hwy, Unit 248
Marsfield 2122, Australia

Comments

  1. Tony Barber says

    Jon, It was so great to meet and spend time with you and Dottie this past weekend. I will keep you, and the ministry that you are called to, in prayer. I will also be lifting Dottie up in prayer as she goes into the darkness to help others. The love that both of you have for JESUS and others eminates from you. GOD BLESS you both. I hope to see you and spend time together in the near future.

  2. I would like to have newsletters or devotions by my email. And also maybe have receive from Canada. I live in Canada. Thank you

  3. Larry Hartley says

    January 13, 2015

    Hi Jon,

    Charlotte and I send New Years Greetings to you, Dotty and family. It has been some time since I have communicated with you. However, I wish to say that your commitment to Jesus Christ and Searching Together has benefited me and many others greatly in the continual search for Godly reading material that the Holy Spirit uses to help us to know The Father and His Son Jesus Christ.

    Jon, recently I was introduced to a Spanish Reformer Juan De Valdes through a publication “Spiritual and Anabaptist Writers,” Editors: George H. Williams and Angel M. Mergal.

    After reading Part Two of “Evangelical Catholicism as Represented by Juan De Valdes” I have been thoroughly blessed and desire that you and the Searching Together Team would consider republishing the articles contained therein in your magazine. In particular I would like to see the dialogue between the countess Giulia Gonzaga and Juan De Valdes titled “The Christian Alphabet,” by Valdes.

    Also “The Benefit of Christ,” written by a Monk of the Black Benedictines called Don Benedetto, I would like to see published in the Searching Together magazine, here is a Link: http://www.chapellibrary.org/pdf-other/otboc2.pdf

    Presently I am reading through Juan De Valdes commentary on St Paul’s Epistle to the Romans. This work is so powerful, so clear, and so simple; it speaks to my heart first and than to my head. It also tells me that anyone can republish it because it is without copyright.

    Added note: While reading Luther on the Epistle to the Galatians I noticed that he uses the term “The Benefit of Christ” Pg.287. This document “The Benefit of Christ,” written by Don Benedetto, a Monk of the Black Benedictines, was Juan De Valdes’ starting point in all of his biblical teaching.

    I wish to thank you for introducing me to Frank Viola’s publications, we have been blessed and sharing “From Eternity to Here” with our friends, a beautiful work.

    Every Blessing to the Searching Together Team!

    Larry

    • Thank you, Larry & Charlotte, for your gracious words! We have the fondest of memories when we met your family in Canada years ago! I will check out the sources you mention when time allows.

  4. Matt Curry says

    Hi Jon, This was posted on my facebook wall by a pastor of a church I used to attend, about evolutionary creationism, something that he is exploring, Would like to read your opinion on this. http://thesurprisinggodblog.gci.org/2014/11/evolution-and-image-of-god.html

    • Matt, I just don’t have time right now to read this. Maybe someone else will wish to comment. I think macro-evolution is a lost cause. I think some dogmatic statements by creationists say too much & go beyond the evidence. The big picture is that Jesus Christ created everything, and everything is for Him, and He holds everything together.

  5. Well, said. One of my messages got through in part, appears windows likes to shut things off now and then… I love the article “Spirit Led.” By all means 2 Corinthian 3 tells us not by print alone we become the written lining epistles. Hope some got through , I referred to pgs Hopewood “Primitive Christianity,” 1918 publication is well mapped with some deeply interesting and informative statements that would challenge the post modern mechanical religious systems.

    A real fine resource on the early body which deals largely with the relationship of God as Spirit, outside the dogmatized human systems used today. Well said lot of deep truth for people to get back to the real deal of being faith ward bond and spirit led..

    Blessings! Long over due, longtime waiting, may truth abound in love.

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