Our power is in our ability to decide.
-- Buckminster Fuller

 

   
Download Text from Right Now and Even Now Presentations

Click HERE to download the text from the "Right Now" presentation.

Click HERE to download the text from the "Even Now" presentation.

The files you download will contain the complete text from the online presentations in a beautiful 8.5 x 11 inch page layout with photos from the presentations. The pages are suitable for printing in color or black and white.

PLEASE NOTE: These printable photo layouts are currently available ONLY for the "Right Now" and "Even Now" presentations, and not for any of the other feature presentations or daily messages.

Please keep in mind that the "Right Now" and "Even Now" pages are copyrighted material, and while you are welcome to print the pages for your own use and to pass along to friends, family members, co-workers, classmates, members of your church, and other people you know, you may not sell copies of the pages to others or use them as part of any business promotion, or distribute them on your own website, or use it for any commercial purposes without first requesting and receiving specific permission.

If you would like to view the animated, online version of "Right Now" click HERE or to view the animated version of "Even Now" click HERE.

To open, view and print these pages, you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader, version 4 or higher. Adobe Acrobat Reader is a free software program, with versions available for Windows, Mac OS, OS2 and Unix. Many computers come with Adobe Acrobat Reader already installed. If you don't already have it, you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free by clicking on the button below. You can use either Adobe's E-Book Reader or the regular Acrobat Reader to open these pages.


How to save each page as a separate file on your computer

Many web browsers will display these PDF files directly in the browser, rather than downloading them as separate files. If you prefer to save the file to your disk, so you don't have to download it each time you want to read it, here's what to do:

Windows:
Right-click on the download link and a menu will pop up.
Select "Save Target As" from the pop-up menu.
A file dialog box will appear, allowing you to save the file to your hard drive.

Macintosh:
Click and hold down the mouse button on the download link and a menu will pop up.
Select "Download Link to Disk" from the pop-up menu.
A file dialog box will appear, allowing you to save the file to your hard drive.

Once you've saved the file on your disk, you will be able to open it at any time using Adobe Acrobat Reader, even if you're not connected to the Internet.