August 25, 2004
August 24, 2004
This coming Wednesday is the next Christian Carnival, and will behosted at Patriot Paradox. If you have a blog, this will be agreat way to get read, and possibly pick up readers in the process orhighlight your favorite post from the past week.To enter is simple. First, you post should be of a Christian nature,but this does not exclude posts that are political (or otherwise) innature from a Christian point of view. Secondly please send only one post dated since the last Christian Carnival. Then, do the following:
email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Provide the following:
Title of your Blog
URL of your Blog
Title of your post
URL linking to that post
Description of the post
Cut off date is Tuesday night at midnight EST (but late comers welcomeup until 1 pm Wednesday EST.
There's some great stuff there, and I LOVE the Babylon 5 quote that is next to my entry. One day, maybe I'll write something about the spirituality of science fiction ....
This is also a great way to get some of your older stuff out there for people to read -- I'm pretty sure it has a different audience than the Christian Carnival, so a different group will hear what you have to say, too. Your entry has to be two months old, so take a look through the archives!!
If yer interested, email your submission to gcruse(at)netscape.com with the subject being Best of Me Symphony. Give the following information:
Author's Name (or handle)
Weblog Name (if not obvious from the link)
Submitter's Name/Handle (if different from Author)
Description of post and/or why this post is being submitted (That is, what about this post makes you think it is one of the best from the weblog).
This might also be a way for me to make up for having missed a few Christian Carnivals (like I did this week ...).
August 18, 2004
August 14, 2004
ANYWAY: The Christian Carnival is going to be held at Parableman on Wednesday of this week. It HAS to be from the past week, and it HAS to be Christian-themed, and you HAVE to send the following information:
trackback URL for your post if you would like a track
backbrief description of post
Send your submission to email@example.com and make sure your subject makes it clear that this is for the Christian Carnival, or it will be deleted as junk mail.
I didn't notice a deadline, but to be safe I'd get it there Tuesday evening, Eastern time. Everyone should do it, because it's a great way to get the word out about your blog. Now I have to head off and try to come up with something good to post.
August 11, 2004
- Reformation, the entry from Minas Tirith. Reminds me that God uses imperfect people to do incredible things.
- Brandon at Siris has a great article on the Trinity that should provoke some thought.
I think these two are my favorites out of the folks who aren't on my blogroll. Of course, Donald, Matt, Rebecca, Hal, and Jeremy have their usual excellent articles over there, but you should have read those already. You DO check out the blogroll here, don't you? ;-)
And, of course, I have something there, too. My TWiCH about the French Revolution is there. But I KNOW you've read that one already.
August 10, 2004
This week's Carnival is at Beyond the Rim... So, be thinking about submitting an article or getting your blogger friends to submit an article. Email your entry to beyondtherim at meisheid.com and include the words Christian Carnival in the Subject line. It helps my SPAM filter and my message sorter.
Please also send:
The name of your blog:
The URL of your blog:
The name of your nominated blog post:
The URL of your nominated blog post:
A brief description of the nominated blog post:
I also want to suggest that you use the ability of your mail client to request a read receipt. That way you will be sure I got the submission. For all those not requesting a read receipt, I will be emailing a confirmation of receipt. If you don't get a confirmation, either through a read receipt or confirmation reply, I didn't get your submission. It may have been eaten by the random bit bucket.
Submission deadline is Tuesday at 12 midnight EDT (Eastern Daylight Time) or there abouts.
August 04, 2004
Anyway, head on over to Digitus, Finger, and Co. and read some of the outstanding posts that were submitted this week.
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