[CS-FSLUG] One ministry's position on open access

Jason Franklin jpfagapeu at mac.com
Fri Oct 26 23:05:20 CDT 2007

I was introduced to Piper's works while taking a Missions class in  
college.  I learned of desiringgod.com a few years back.  But DG won  
a permanent place in my heart when they sent us a whole box of books  
for free.  I'd simply asked if our little church could do payments or  
something.  Instead, they gave us a case.

Over the years I've become a regular visitor of the desiringgod.com  
site.  I have been so very impressed with their openness.  My audio  
library is full of piper sermons I've listened to while doing sermon  

I heartily endorse this ministry.

Jason Franklin
Westwood Bible Fellowship
pastor.jason at westwoodbf.com
web: www.westwoodbf.com
blog: www.westwoodbf.com/tboc

On Oct 26, 2007, at 5:55 PM, David Aikema wrote:

> I'm not sure if you folks are aware of John Piper or not, but recently
> the ministry he runs - Desiring God - tossed up a statement on
> providing free/open access on the internet.  Figured that some of you
> might like to give this a read:
> http://www.desiringgod.org/ResourceLibrary/RecentlyAdded/ 
> 2458_Make_it_Free/
> Dave
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