By Jack Weaver
It is with deep regret I announce that Bruce (CalifGracer), our dear friend and fellow Administrator here at ExPreacherMan.com, has chosen to move on to other venues of ministry for our Savior.
Bruce has been involved with ExP for over three years and he has tirelessly commented, written insightful articles on God’s Grace, exposed the lie of those who oppose His Grace [Lordship “salvationists” and Calvinists] and edited my occasional grammatical errors. He has done all of this while at the same time helping us manage the intricate mechanisms of the ExPreacherMan web site.
In all of this he has labored faithfully and extremely well while holding down a demanding full-time job in the secular world, supporting a wonderful wife and family, as well as taking special care of an elderly family member with Alzheimer’s disease. Bruce also teaches a weekly Bible study for Senior Citizens and plays in the Orchestra at his Church. Bruce is a busy man for the Lord.
I have difficulty expressing the high degree of appreciation I have for Bruce and for his personal help to me, to the web site and to our hundreds of regular readers and friends.
Thanks dear friend, Bruce, you will be missed!!! We all pray you will continue to be blessed with the all-sufficient riches of His Grace and wisdom in your new focus, direction and ministries.
1 Corinthians 1:4 I thank my God always on your behalf, for the grace of God which is given you by Jesus Christ;
2 Corinthians 13:14 The grace of the Lord Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the communion of the Holy Ghost, be with you all. Amen.
We’ll see you some day in Heaven with our Savior Jesus Christ!
In Jesus Christ eternally, Jack
Your contributions to proclaiming God’s grace were always clear, concise and courteous. Thank you for your tireless efforts, yet, I am sure you would tells us that your abundant labors were by the grace of God in you (1 Corinthians 15:10).
I would like to thank Bruce for his service to the ministry of ExPreacherman and for his friendship.
I am confident that Bruce will continue to be a great voice for the gospel through his writing, teaching, and personal interactions.
I will continue to pray for his family and ministry.
Thanks Bruce, and please let us know if there’s a place for us to continue to read any articles you write.
Bruce thanks for helping people like me to learn and become able to defend the Gospel of Grace .Wish you well.
Thanks to all of you for your kind words and friendship. Thanks to Jack and John for all of their labors behind the scenes at ExP. Have a wonderful Christmas all!
Bruce i am also someone that has just been around short time but appreciated and the contributions to free grace that you are making and prayers for the continue battle against false teachings
all the best
Bruce even through I’m new, I appreciate all that you do. Your wisdom, thoughts, insight ….. and much more will be missed. Thank you for exposing the lies of false teachers in such a plain & clear way that made it easier for me to understand & pass the truth on to someone that was being deceived by it.( Lordship Salvation)
For evenything there’s a season and now The Lord is directing / moving/ you to a new one. Bruce take comfort in knowing Jesus walks before you. Please stop by just to say hello. I will be praying for you & your Family.
May The Lord continue bless you my Brother in you ministries!
Thanks Bruce, you and Jack helped inspire me to start my own blog. I wish you the best in your future work for Christ and the spread of the true gospel.
Thank you Bruce
For your time…your knowledge,,,,,,your patience….
your love for the Lord and your brethren in Christ.
But . . . we can count on Bruce lurking from time to time and leaving the occasional comment under a new avatar, right? (Yes, I’m kidding–sort of.)
Whatever the case, thank you for all you do, Bruce. Your contribution to the success of this blog and how it serves those of us who benefit is something only God can measure.
Oh… sad news for me too. I pray for Bruce and his family, and in understanding from the caregiver aspect. Knowing the Lord is directing his steps, and hoping he will stop in from time to time. We love and appreciate you Bruce. In Christ’s love, Holly Garcia
Wow, reading this reminds me of reading the Apostle Paul’s words and praise for and to his fellow workers in Christ. Kinda made some tears in my eyes.