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3 Responses to About

  1. Chris Hayes says:


    I am sorry to hear of the cancellation of the radio ministry of Crown, but fully understand the decision and the need to be good stewards.

    My schedule has not allowed me to listen for a while but my wife and I have been blessed over the years through your, Howard’s and Larry’s teaching. It was 27 years ago that my then fiancé sent me Larry’s book “What Husbands Wish Their Wives Knew About Money”. Based on his teaching, we made a decision prior to marriage to live by biblical principles in handling our money. It has been one of the best decisions we have ever made and God has been faithful through the years. No debt less a mortgage throughout our marriage and the ability give to kingdom work consistently.

    As a Crown small group leader, we have been blessed to share God’s truth with others and will continue to in the future. It is always great to see people’s lives impacted as they learn and follow God’s truth.

    We will continue to lift you up in prayer in the coming weeks and months.
    Thank you for your faithful service to our Lord and Saviour,

    Chris and Anne Hayes

  2. LINDY says:

    We too have not followed the radio program for quite awhile.
    We went back and looked at newsletters we had back in 2002. There was an 2 part article from Howard Dayton and his wife Bev. It was about some lessons about how to love your wife so she knows that you love her. Does anyone remember this? We have the wife’s response but not the first part. My copy even says March 2002 Issue 290 Please send any info you may have. Thanks LINDY

  3. Dean Dobson says:

    I appreciate listening to you on radio (Tocoa Falls) and have recently been getting your blogs which have helped me. But this one on who deserv es help, I believe needs further thought. I read a wonderful book over the past year by Bob Moffitt, If Jesus were Mayor, about how my local church can transform my community. This along with ideas from Ministries of Mercy by Tim Keller and When Helping Hurts by Brian Fikkert, have led me to beginning to put their principles into practice along with others in my church. I believe that trying to get the government to do the church’s job in caring for all the needs in our community is not Christ’s way. He came to show us, not just to evangelize but to care for the widows, orphans, the poor, etc. In other words to reverse all the effects of the Fall–physical, spiritual, social and teaching God’s wisdom.
    So, your telling Bill that he was no longer eligible for help unless he let you help get a job, did not help him address his basic needs. Do you think Christ would have had you help him address his spiritual, Wisdom and social misconceptions/problems would have been more merciful? Perhaps taking the time to or getting someone else who is more qualified to address his anger, apparant authority issues, lack of humility and other social problems is what Christ would want us to do for Bill. Please respond. Thanks, Dean

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