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More Feed ... for a Little Flock,
by James E. Funk, 2003.
Following the publishing of the first book, Feed
... , we still had tapes of eighteen more of Jim Funk's
messages. So we organized the second book, More Feed ... ,
although we did not print it at the time. Now, we have made both
books available in Kindle format.
Jim Funk was a Christian Bible teacher who
lived and taught in Alfred, New York, for almost thirty years of his
life. He was a Professor of Ceramic Engineering at Alfred University
and a gifted Bible teacher who influenced and impacted many students who
attended Alfred University and Alfred State Tech from the mid-1960s
through to 1989 when he moved south. He spent the final years of his
life in Seneca, SC.
He participated in local assemblies of
Christians for all of his Christian life. He spoke often at Sunday
meetings of Christians. Every Friday evening for about 25 years, he
led a Bible study in his home in Alfred. The living room in the
Funks' first home on South Main Street was really quite tiny.
Nevertheless, 40 or more students frequently piled into every available
space to attend the Friday night studies. After building a new house
(with a much larger living room) up on a hill on the outskirts of the
village, the Bible studies continued for many more
The messages in these two books show the
breadth of his knowledge of the scriptures, as well as his speaking
style. He frequently would draw on his experiences in the US Navy on
the battleship USS Missouri following WWII. He used one such
experience to explain a passage in one of the messages in this book.
He was quite funny and always very
interesting. All the while he was speaking, however, he was
constantly assessing whether or not his message was getting through to the
listeners. He frequently asked for feedback --- and when nobody
would budge or flinch, he would shake his head up and down and say,
"This is YES," and then he would shake it sideways and finish
with, "and this is NO." Then, he would ask the question
again. That usually got a response.
Our biggest goal for these books was to
preserve his speaking style for the benefit of his grandchildren and
others, who never heard him speak. Those of us who knew him and who
sat under his ministry believe we succeeded in this effort.
We hope you all enjoy these messages.
Those of you who knew Jim will be reminded of the good ole days in
Alfred. Those of you who never had the chance to meet him or hear
him speak will be able to experience his teaching through these