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Andrew Mitchell | Forum Activity | Posted: Thu, Apr 28 2011 3:46 AM

Just received by DVD's yesterday, and I am really enjoying them. Very clear teaching. However, my DVD's are damaged and I have had to skip half of one of the sessions so far.

Looking at Disc 1, there are scratches going in a circular direction. I have also looked at the other discs, which I have not played yet, and they are scratched as well.

Does anyone know how I go about requesting replacements?

Thanks

Andrew

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Lewis Harper | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Apr 28 2011 5:45 AM

Andrew, 

Just call customer service and they will replace the corrupt disks.

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Andrew Mitchell | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Apr 28 2011 6:04 AM

Thanks - i should have thought of that!

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Andrew Mitchell | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Apr 28 2011 8:39 AM

There used to be a UK number, but I can't find it. Does anyone know where I can find it? or is there a customer services email address?

Thanks

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Apr 28 2011 8:46 AM

Hi Andrew

You can find the UK number at http://www.logos.com/about/contact

That link also has a customer services email address

Graham

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Rev. Wayne Paul Barrett | Forum Activity | Replied: Thu, Apr 28 2011 10:27 AM

I just have to chime in and say how much I have enjoyed and benefited from the I-Beam teaching. I am working through the I-Beam for this week's sermon--I started while watching the videos--and I can already see that it is having a positive effect on the organization of the sermon, which should lead to increased effectiveness. Mo does a good job of integrating the teaching of various preaching books and their approaches; he even managed to change my thinking about a few things (needs-based preaching, as one example).

If you are currently a seminary student, or a pastor in need of a tune-up, get your hands on the I-Beam. It is that good.

This from someone who has not been to Camp Logos, but is chomping at the bit to go the next time it is around my neck of the woods. Mo is, as so many have testified, a very gifted teacher.

 

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David Kitchen | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, May 2 2011 1:00 PM

Thank you for the kind words on the I-Beam. Morris is currently on a flight, but I have already e-mailed him your encouraging words. It's always refreshing to hear positive feedback.

Blessings,

David Kitchen
MP Seminars

Rev. Wayne Paul Barrett:

I just have to chime in and say how much I have enjoyed and benefited from the I-Beam teaching. I am working through the I-Beam for this week's sermon--I started while watching the videos--and I can already see that it is having a positive effect on the organization of the sermon, which should lead to increased effectiveness. Mo does a good job of integrating the teaching of various preaching books and their approaches; he even managed to change my thinking about a few things (needs-based preaching, as one example).

If you are currently a seminary student, or a pastor in need of a tune-up, get your hands on the I-Beam. It is that good.

This from someone who has not been to Camp Logos, but is chomping at the bit to go the next time it is around my neck of the woods. Mo is, as so many have testified, a very gifted teacher.

 

 

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