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20,000 Comments

20,000 Comments

Recently, this site passed the point of having 20,000 comments. This isn’t a site with a lot of discussion – you are always welcome (of course) to discuss, add your ideas, debate even… One of the great things – when I look at other sites with a lot of debating – is that on this… Continue Reading

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To Blog or Not To Blog?

To Blog or Not To Blog?

Have you thought about blogging? I am a strong advocate for mission and ministry in the digital world. And I’m generally ranked in the top half dozen or so most-visited blogs in NZ – no that’s not the top spiritual/religious sites; that’s of ALL sites. Just putting a static website online, Web-1.0-like, with no possibility… Continue Reading

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Restarting Blogging

Restarting Blogging

It has been a very fruitful break from blogging. And I return to blogging with energy for mission and ministry on the web for quality liturgy and worship for healthy spirituality Please share with your friends and internet social circles that this site will be getting new material once again. Some of the focuses on… Continue Reading

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Using Facebook as your Website

Using Facebook as your Website

Does your parish or church use a facebook page as your primary means of communicating on the web? UPDATED with links to parishes that solely use a facebook page as their presence on the web (see end of post). I have wondered about encouraging people to use a facebook page as their parish website. Now… Continue Reading

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Ways Churches Drive Away First-timers

Ways Churches Drive Away First-timers

A regular here sent me a link to a list of Ten Ways Churches Drive Away First-time Guests. Here they are: Having a stand up and greet one another time in the worship service. Unfriendly church members. (church members faking it) Unsafe and unclean children’s area. No place to get information. Bad church website. Poor… Continue Reading

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Mobile web

Mobile web

Occasionally I glance at statistics of this site, and recently I spotted a change in the default way that google presents statistics. It now first gives what sort of devices are being used. I was fascinated that about half of people viewing this site are doing so using a mobile, tablet, or iPad. So I… Continue Reading

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