The Ranch That Barbed Wire Built

The Ranch That Barbed Wire Built

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Neighbor, it's been a long time. The longest time, really, between issues to have intruded into the slightly-more-than-a-year that I've been e-publishing Something Solid. Thanks for being patient.

Jesse Mullins at Renderbrook Spade Ranch

At the Renderbrook Spade Ranch, May 2011. PHOTO BY SKEETER HAGLER, HOUSTON, TEXAS.

I've been busy! You may have noticed already that two new endeavors now occupy my time: the editor's role at Permian Basin Oil and Gas Magazine and a working partnership with my bride. We call the latter enterprise Jemully Media. If you missed the mention of it in the newsletter, you can learn more about it here.

I'll say more about the Permian Basin job (it's currently a half-time job that should increase over time) in a later issue.

Another role (a sideline for me) has been my job as an online editor for Demand Media Studios. And I have been continuing to write and sell freelance magazine articles and (even more recently) to edit a book for a very talented and insightful Christian author named Stanley W. Paher.

Shortly after this newsletter goes out (I am posting this article as part of my August 2011 e-newsletter Something Solid, which anyone can receive for free by emailing me (jesse.mullins (at) juno.com) to request it, I will be removing some names from my newsletter mailing list, to cut costs. There are always some recipients who do not read the material. That's to be expected. But it costs me money to maintain the subscriber list I maintain at Constant Contact, and I can save $$ each month if I keep that list trimmed to just the active readership. So I will take off a few names soon. Don't worry - if you arrived here from the newsletter, then Constant Contact will give me an indication that you are "active," and I'll know to keep you on the list.

Please be sure to read the rest of the one-page newsletter that brought you here, and meanwhile, as usual, I will insert some quick links to take you to all the content that the newsletter highlights. Happy reading! Hope to catch you sooner than last (this) time! : - )

Jesse

Jesse Spade Ranch

There's more than one article that awaits you from my stay at the "Ranch That Barbed Wire Built." PHOTO BY SKEETER HAGLER.

To read the piece on the Spade Ranch, go here and just start at the upper left corner of the page. You'll also see, elsewhere on the page, that I posted some videos I shot while I was there.

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Terri Temple

Terri Temple

For a profile of Christian magazine publisher and editor Terri Temple, go here.

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Open BibleFor my study on sin, death, and law ("Sin is No More? Did Christ's Victory Remove Sin and Death? A Consideration"), go here.

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Jemully MediaFor a visit to our new website (that is, my wife Kit's and mine) for our new venture called Jemully Media, go here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



4 Responses to “The Ranch That Barbed Wire Built”

  1. Jesse says:

    Hi Becca - Yes, am still very much in the writing game. Thanks for your note. I'm not sure if you'll be notified of this reply, so I'll email you direct. Hope you are doing great yourself. Thanks, Jesse

  2. Becca Wodrich says:

    Hi Jesse:

    Good to see you still writing. Miss you & hope you are well.

    Regards -
    Becca

  3. Jesse says:

    Thanks Kim! So nice to hear from you. Yes, I'll keep you on the list. I didn't notice your comment till just now. Hope you are surviving this very hot summer. Stay in touch! Jesse

  4. Kim Hetzel says:

    Hey Jesse! This is great in what you are doing...keep me on your emails. I will forward to a few friends that would enjoy having it. I have quite a few friends in the oil and gas business I can forward your writings and magazine writings to them. Good to hear from you! Lord bless all that you put your hands to! Kim Hetzel

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