1 Chronicles 29:13: “And now we thank you, our God, and praise your glorious name.”

Hello everyone.  We are excited to announce that Anabaptist Perspectives will be relaunching our blog emails starting in January 2020.  We are grateful to God for His direction in the past and are praying for his direction for the future as well. We have been praying for some time that God would lead someone to Anabaptist Perspectives to fill this calling. We praise God for His perfect timing in leading a brother to us that loves managing this type of ministry.

My name is Dave Eshbach.  Some time ago, I came across the Anabaptist Perspective’s website and YouTube channel.  I was extremely inspired by what I read and watched.  Later on then, I saw that they were looking for someone to help start the blog back up and to manage all the details.  After some talk and prayer, I felt God leading me to accept the position.  Growing up, I often desired that others would teach me how to study the Bible, how to have a deep relationship with God, and so on.  Because of the longings that I had growing up, I was determined to do something with my life.  Do something for God to impact others and to show others God’s love for them.

Our little family of 3 lives in Richmond, Virginia. We recently moved here to spread the Light of Jesus to this dark city. Living in an apartment, we have close neighbors and love the opportunities that come up to witness for Jesus.

My desire for this blog is that God would receive all the glory.  We as humans are nothing compared to God and His universe.  Isaiah 40:15 says:  Behold, the nations are like a drop from a bucket, and are accounted as the dust on the scales; behold, he takes up the coastlands like fine dust.

Currently, our goal is to send out a blog at the beginning of every month starting in January. Please pray for myself, the board, and the proofreaders as we together with God’s help use our talents to share God’s Truth with the world each month. We feel the weight on our shoulders to teach the whole truth so no-one would be led astray but be drawn closer to Jesus.  Also, pray for the writers that they would be open to God’s voice as they they write what is on their hearts.

Would you like to see a certain topic be covered?  Please feel free to email me at blog.anabaptistperspectives@gmail.com.

May God be praised in everything we do!!

1 Chronicles 29:13: “And now we thank you, our God, and praise your glorious name.”

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