Dear Bro. Bradley
Thank you for your series on loneliness and depression. I cling to God’s promise to never leave me alone. Use this donation where needed. God bless you to press on.
Enclosed is a donation to be used as needed. We have been listening to Bro. Bradley on WSM Radio Nashville, TN, for many years. He has always been very special to me, and I hope to continue to hear him preach for many more years. I have always loved his preaching.
Dear Bro. Bradley & wife,
Still listening every Sunday morning on WKRC. Your sermons are a great encouragement and blessing to me. How wonderful to know our Lord is still with us when we are old and white headed. Pray for you both every day that God will bless you and keep you.
We continue to love the sermons on Sunday. We listen to 650AM Nashville. We have had some trying times but your sermons have helped remind us that God is on the throne and everything will be okay. Your sermons are definitely from God because they have given us guidance and comfort. You personally do not know what we need to hear, but God does and He has given it to you. Thank you and God bless. We are thankful for all that the BBH does.
Your daily messages on WHCB FM encourage me so much in these trying times. Thank you. May the Lord bless you and keep you.
Dear Bro. Bradley,
Please use this donation for WHCB & WPWT as needed. I have been shown such added information about the book of Hosea. I thank God for using you as His servant. May God continue to bless and use you for His glory.
Thank you so much for your sermons that have helped me through hard times and remind me that God won’t leave me or forsake me.
Dear Brothers & Sisters,
We feel blessed each Sunday to listen to this program on FM radio station WBRF from Galax, VA. Thank you so much for this ministry.
—Max Meadows, VA
From a reader of The Baptist Witness article on “Honoring Christ in Old Age”
Thanks for sending this message. I'm 87 and ask God why I'm left here. Sermons and reading the Bible has shown how to pray and call or send cards to (the) sick and shut-ins.