Monday, April 7, 2008

Nancy's No. 1

By Rick Pearcey

DL, a blogger, writes:

Mrs. Clinton is next on my list of Women Changing the World for Better or Worse!

But the good news is . . . your wife is the first on my list
for women changing the world for better. The article is, at the time of this writing, the most popular one on my site and has the potential to be viewed by thousands of bloggers.

Two comments seem in order:

First, DL is clearly a blogger of great insight!

Second, Nancy is No. 1 on my list as well. She officially started changing my world for the better in August 1976.

Rick Pearcey is editor and publisher of The Pearcey Report (articles).

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Mr Pearcey!

Wow, I wasn't expecting that! Your post made my husband blush, smile, and treat me with extra niceness, today! (hee, hee) You are teaching many husbands well! (i.e. praise your wife regularly and in public places--like the Internet! She'll thank you and adore you for it!)

Also, hundreds of people have viewed the original story and it looks like some have even clicked the amazon link to purchase "Total Truth."

I am honored to have hopefully been a part of increasing your readership, etc.

Here is what one visitor said about you and your wife:

"I have read Total Truth twice, and I am listening to the audio version for the third time. I am also going through it with two of my college students. Dr David Noebel told an audience of attendees at this year’s Summit Ministry’s adult Worldview conference that of all the books he had recommended that week, her book should be at the very top of the list. I cannot say enough about how it has so enlightened me…and I have been teaching biblical worldview classes for over eight years…and teaching the Bible for over 30 years!"

All the best, and I will continue to spread the good news about your work, because your obedience to do the work God has gifted and called you to do has blessed my life tremendously.

(This also does not need to be posted.)

"For everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required; and to whom much has been committed, of him they will ask the more." Luke 12: 48