From 2002-2015, about $20,000 in free Bible study materials from www.abiblecommentary.com have been provided to students in nine schools of preaching. In 2016, abiblecommentary.com was made part of "Teach Others Also," a 501(c)(3) foundation formed to primarily continue giving free Bible study tools to men training to preach the gospel. Now we need dedicated Christians to help us, both through prayer and financial assistance, to perpetuate this important work.
Here are some expressions of appreciation from men who have received our materials.
"The commentaries produced by Brad are an invaluable help. They are clear, faithful, in-depth, and a helpful tool for preachers and all Bible students. I am thankful not only for the rich insight provided by these commentaries, but also for Brad's dedication to empowering the brotherhood through awesome, accessible resources." -- Yours in Christ, Forest Stone Antemesaris
"The commentary is excellent. It has been tested in classroom teaching. It sets forth the truths of Romans in simple language, yet completely challenging to all. I have read it, especially noting his treatment of the more difficult verses in Romans. He has clearly set forth the meaning of them all. I recommend the book for private study, church libraries, and for classroom study." -- James Meadows
I greatly appreciate the commentary, it will be useful in my study and helping me to further my ministry. It is difficult sometimes to find good commentaries that maintain the integrity of the scripture, but yours is definitely one that I can count on for being accurate to the truth.
Thanks, JD Russell
"My name is Stephen Null and I am from the Southeast Institute of Biblical Studies. I want to sincerely thank you for the books you provided to us all. We will certainly put them to good use for the Lord's kingdom. I plan on using the topical studies book as a preliminary study guide for Bible classes and sermons. From what I have seen in the book already, I can see it will be very useful."
Thank you again! Stephen Null
Dear Mr. Price .
I wanted to thank you for the commentary . I have already been able to use it in one of my papers and I am very impressed with it thus far. I hope to continue to use it in preaching and teaching the word of God. Thank you again Mr. Price, and good luck to you! --Connor Boyer
"Dear Mr. Price, my name is Justin Pratt and I am a student at SEIBS. I want to take a moment and thank you for the Bible commentaries that you so generously donated to us. Our Dean of Students Dale Babinsky has told us what a great help your books have been to him in the past. I am sure this gift will stand the test of time and help us with our preaching for many years to come. Thank you and God Bless" ~ Justin Eugene Pratt
"I just wanted to reach out to you and thank you for the commentary on First Corinthians. After looking through the book, I have already seen how useful this is going to be for me during this time in Preaching school and in the future. The in-depth nature of the commentary will be especially useful in sermon preparation and clarification. Thank you again for your kind gift and your thoughtfulness." --Tim Harty
My name is Tyler Binkley and I am one of the preaching students at the Southeast Institute of Biblical Studies. I would like to personally thank you for the commentary on 1 Corinthians that you donated to the school. This resource will be very useful for me in my ministry. I appreciate all that you do for the Lord's Kingdom, especially aiding in the training of men who are going to be Gospel Preachers.
Thank you for the 1 Corinthians commentary. Books are still expensive, especially commentaries on a student's budget. This book will be used soon for an upcoming class. May the Lord bless you for your generosity. Thanks again! -- Will Brown
My name is Jason, I am a student at the Southeast Institute of Biblical Studies. I would like to thank you for the commentary on 1st Corinthians. It does me good to know there are people in our corner. It means a lot that someone would think of us when donating books. I’m sure you know that as a student it never hurts to have books to refer to.