We’re changing… but you don’t have to do a thing!
As we announced a few months ago, Greg and I have some new opportunities on the horizon so we’re going to be sending you our messages from two different email addresses as two separate ministries—starting tomorrow!
Greg will continue sending you his daily Christian quotes, Bible verses and occasional smiles every Monday through Friday from email@example.com.
And I (Eric) will continue sending you encouraging messages from time to time on weekends to help you stay strong in your faith from firstname.lastname@example.org. (You might want to “whitelist” both of these addresses to be sure you receive our messages to your inbox.)
You’ll also notice our top banners are changing… “This Day’s Thought from The Ranch” will change to “This Day’s Thought” from Greg and “What’s New at The Ranch” from me.
A few other notes:
- Prayer requests will continue to be received at “The Ranch” on a confidential prayer page called “A Quiet Place to Pray.”
- Facebook and Twitter posts for “This Day’s Thought” will be at facebook.com/thisdaysthought and twitter.com/thisdaysthought.
- Facebook and Twitter posts for “The Ranch” will be at facebook.com/theranchmessages and twitter.com/ericelder.
- Our app for iOS and Android devices will be discontinued.
- Donations for “This Day’s Thought” can now be made directly at thisdaysthought.org/make-a-donation and for “The Ranch” directly at theranch.org/make-a-donation. While Greg and I will continue working together behind-the-scenes to help each other with our ministries, we will be raising our support and funding for our two ministries separately.
I’ll share more in the weeks ahead about some of these new opportunities in “What’s New at The Ranch,” including new music, new messages, new books, new podcasts, new interviews, new devotions and more—all designed to help you put your faith in Jesus Christ for everything in your life. What Isaiah the prophet said in the Bible is still happening today:
“See, I am doing a new thing; Now it springs up; do you not perceive it?
I am making a way in the wilderness and streams in the wasteland” (Isaiah 43:19).
Thanks for coming along with us this far, and I’m looking forward to our days ahead. The best really is yet to come.
P.S. If you should have any questions, you can contact me at email@example.com and Greg at firstname.lastname@example.org.