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Dear Dave Hunt,
In October 2002, I went to Word of Life for the first time and you spoke there....I had already read three of your books, A Woman Rides the Beast, The Seduction of Christianity, and the book that was just published, What Love Is This? At WoL you opened my eyes and "heart" to what was happening in the world today and gave me a love for the lost, and I haven't been the same since. Thank you! NC (NY)
Thank you for your faithfulness in presenting truth. Your article on The Hole in Our Gospel came just as I learned the book was being used for study in a small group in our church. Another example of God's timing. W&MS (OH)
Dear Mr. Hunt,
I just wanted to drop a small note of appreciation for your book What Love is This? To make a [long] story short, Calvinism was something that I have been struggling with for a little time. I was just like the pastor's wife you mentioned in the beginning of the book. I just assumed it was the truth since fine preachers of the Word taught it. I believe God led me to your book after asking Him if it was true or not. I believe with all my heart that you made the character of God very clear. Thank you very much. God bless. AO (email)
Dear Berean Call,
I would like to thank you for sending me the monthly newsletter. I so appreciate it, and living here in Zimbabwe...I look forward to [it] tremendously. Please keep me ON your mailing list! I am re-reading all of Mr. Hunt's books again and am at present reading A Cup of Trembling. It is incredible to see the things he wrote about coming to pass before our very eyes. Bless you all for the wonderful work you do in bringing God's Truth to us. AV (email)
I had a different impression of your newsletter when I subscribed. After several issues, my opinion of your ministry has changed. The need for correction by brothers of brothers is indeed necessary and called for in God's Word. This correction should be done with encouragement, great patience, and careful instruction (2 Tim:4:2). I find your entire ministry based on a cold intolerance even in areas where learned men's interpretations vary. Cold intolerance is indeed sometimes necessary, but in general I think correction should be done with love. I think 1 Corinthians describes where a brother's motivation should arise from. Based on this view, I am asking that you remove my name and address from your mailing list, effective immediately. Thank you. RJ (TX, prisoner)
Dear Friends,
I must take the time to tell you what an inspiration you are to my husband and me. We fight tirelessly to inform individuals and churches...about the great deceptions infiltrating the churches through the emerging church movement. It is a lonely, but extremely rewarding ministry and a high honor to live in these end times and have the certainty of knowing that we are carrying out our mandate for Jesus Christ....Nevertheless, we count it as nothing compared to the joy we find in serving our Lord and looking forward to His soon return.
We were also thrilled to find that in your newsletter you give permission to make copies of your newsletters to give to others, and even give permission to put your articles online—with complete attribution, of course. Your March 2011 newsletter was so important that I was racking my brain to figure out how to get it out to numerous people; then I read the information in your "small print subscription information" section of the newsletter. Just one more blessing from The Berean Call!!
One final note, I love Mark Dinsmore's articles. He is a thinker, not a clone. After giving [his articles] some thought, I almost always end up learning something, taking a new view, and even agreeing with him. He, too, is a blessing. CR (CA)
Dear Berean Call,
I have enjoyed your newsletter for quite some time....It has always been educational and informative. I am really concerned that more and more so-called Christians are turning to the things of the world and permitting them to enter the church. I am not a legalistic person, but after serving the Lord for twelve years overseas and having been a pastor for quite a few years here in the mainland, I can't help but be very concerned about the church. What happened to all-night prayer meetings? Where is the hunger for God that I see in the early church? What about evangelism, the desire to attend church...?
I have no claims that I am a prophet, but I can see that we are heading into some really tough times and as Christians we need to be as close to the Lord as we can be. Through your newsletter, you help us understand the strategies of the devil and alert us [on] what to watch for. Please keep up informing us and may the Lord bless you and your needed ministry. JH (AR)       
Dear Dave and Tom,
Thank you for the monthly newsletter you send out. I have found it to be a great source of info for revealing the many ways our enemy satan is trying to deceive God's children. You are usually the first to alert and warn of new apostasy in the church and show how quick the world is to receive false teachings by so-called experts in the religious and secular world. There has always been spiritual blindness in the world, but it seems to be spreading more and more even into churches that used to teach God's word, but now seem to care more about pleasing their flock with feel good messages than rebuking their sins. Keep God's truth coming. You are like the "tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season" that is described in Psalm 1. I thank God that we are still in that season. JR (PA)