A Brief Note on Copyrights

Anything written by Jon J. Cardwell may be freely copied, reproduced, and distributed by your church, mission, ministry, or your own personal witnessing for the exaltation of Christ and the advancement of His kingdom. Freely we have received and freely we give. 

If it is written by any other author, writer, blogger or minister whose article or publication appears on this blog, please check with the original author for specific guidelines. 

All publications written by Jon Cardwell, whether printed or electronic, may be copied and distributed freely for the education and edification of the body of Christ. We only ask that you do not publish the material for personal profit. Even our books, whether sold online or in bookstores, do not provide us any income personally. What little royalties that do come in each quarter from printed publications go right back into the purchase of materials for ministers in Alaska, the Philippines and wherever the Lord may so lead. 

We trust in God by faith for our income through the local church to which we minister, and also though love-gifts and offerings provided through individuals by God’s grace so designated via our local church.

About Jon J. Cardwell

"The Spirited Speaker" - Pastor of Sovereign Grace Baptist Church in Anniston, Alabama. Nationally recognized speaker and publisher. Author of several books, including the bestseller, Christ and Him Crucified.

2 Comments

  1. I like your copyright Brother. I to have a similar copyright. I read Loraine Boettner’s copyright in his book “The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination” and fashioned my copyright after his. His copyright reads:

    “Anyone is at liberty to use material from this book with or without credit. In preparing this book the writer has received help from many sources, some acknowledged and many unacknowledged. He believes that the material herein set forth to be a true statement of Scripture teaching, and his desire is to further, not to restrict, its use.”

    • Amen, brother.

      I used to carry a similar statement in many of my pamphlets and publications years ago, but have discontinued for awhile as my stuff didn’t have much circulation anyway. I only copyright my printed publications so that some publishers, whose scruples might not be Christian, don’t just steal them for personal or corporate profit.

      Thanks for the comment, brother. Lord willing, we’ll see you tomorrow.

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