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Probably my favorite thing about doing this website is hearing from you folks all over the world about who you are, what your ministries are like, and what all of this stuff on SarahLaughed.net has meant to you. I'm meeting people from all over the world -- every continent except Antarctica -- and I love it. I love anything that gives me more of a sense of who you are and where you're coming from.

And then I came across this cool thing via the Feminarian. It's a world map online, and folks can enter their zip or postal code to show where they are. I can see it having a variety of uses, but here's one: we can see where folks who use SarahLaughed.net are in 'realspace.'

So here's the SarahLaughed.net Frappr map. If you stop by and enter your name (or online handle -it doesn't have to be a real name or a full name) and zip or postal code (you can also post a graphic or photo if you want), a virtual pin goes up on the map. That's it! You don't need to submit an email address or anything, and nobody will spam you. Please consider stopping by!

Blessings,

Dylan

November 3, 2005 in Site News | Permalink

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This is a great site, Sarah! Just wanted to say that I greatly enjoyed the podcast. It was the first time I'd listened to a podcast. It's good to hear it read - makes it more personal. I think, though, that Jesus was being deliberately provocative in this parable. He was quite deliberately shocking his hearers with a view of God that would rock them to their (proverbial) socks (see my post on this). I just don't see how this parable is far more about caring for the destitute, or that the parable of the sheep and the goats is the fulfilment of this particular parable.

But that's just to interact - you're doing something special. Blessings.

Posted by: Lawrence | Nov 15, 2005 5:11:48 AM

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where are you?

Probably my favorite thing about doing this website is hearing from you folks all over the world about who you are, what your ministries are like, and what all of this stuff on SarahLaughed.net has meant to you. I'm meeting people from all over the world -- every continent except Antarctica -- and I love it. I love anything that gives me more of a sense of who you are and where you're coming from.

And then I came across this cool thing via the Feminarian. It's a world map online, and folks can enter their zip or postal code to show where they are. I can see it having a variety of uses, but here's one: we can see where folks who use SarahLaughed.net are in 'realspace.'

So here's the SarahLaughed.net Frappr map. If you stop by and enter your name (or online handle -it doesn't have to be a real name or a full name) and zip or postal code (you can also post a graphic or photo if you want), a virtual pin goes up on the map. That's it! You don't need to submit an email address or anything, and nobody will spam you. Please consider stopping by!

Blessings,

Dylan

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