Blog in review: July 2006

I know this review series is dragging a bit: I intended it as a fifth-anniversary special (in May) but there are some articles worth recalling. If I do say so.

Using GnomeSword to tease out biblical citations

Tuesday, July 4th, 2006

Exhibiting at General Assembly: part one, goals

Monday, July 10th, 2006

But here are a few goals an exhibitor could have, most of which have measurable outcomes.

  • push people to its website
  • push people to featured GA programming
  • identify congregational contacts
  • identify potential member contacts
  • enroll or renew members
  • launch a campaign or program
  • distribute general literature
  • distribute program-driven literature
  • “interview” potential candidates for a program or committee
  • be interviewed by potential members or stakeholders
  • express a visual identity
  • meet to leave for off-site activities (like dinners)

Tips for remembering names

Thursday, July 13th, 2006

Madeira for communion?

Thursday, July 13th, 2006

Exposure to extreme temperature and oxygen [in production] accounts for its stability; an opened bottle of Madeira will survive unharmed for a considerable time, up to a year.

Universalist desk reference

Thursday, July 27th, 2006

. . . The Fire and the Rose blog.

Havurot: a parallel for Christians?

Friday, July 28th, 2006

Since the 1970s, the havurah movement (havurot, plural) has created small (and not so small) communities for Jewish living, study, service and prayer.

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

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