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    TO ALL MEMBERS OF PB

    Please yield to the recent administrative request:

    EVERYONE PLEASE READ THIS

    Dear Friends,

    For those who are currently visiting the Puritanboard (www.puritanboard.com), we would like you to update your "signature" to include the following items:

    Name and Title
    Ministry Position and State (if you are an elder or pastor)
    Name of Home Church you are a member of or serve in
    Home City and State

    A signature would look like this:

    Rev. Dr. William Perkins
    Pastor/Theologian, Westminster Abbey (England)
    London, England

    Or if you are a student, you could do the following:

    William Perkins
    Grace PCA (Hudson, OH)
    Reformed Theological Seminary, MATS student, Jackson, MS

    We would appreciate you adding this into your signature so that we can know who you are as a poster on the board. Screen names are great, but they are becoming confusing and we would like to have the proper information on each member.

    We will send out another email that will formally explain this process for all new members as well as creating a new splash page for member induction. But for those on the board already, we would appreciate you updating your information the next time you visit.

    Thanks so much,
    In Him,
    The Admins
    (Matthew, Scott, Phillip, and Fred)
    2-13-04

    *Failure to comply will result in suspension of posting privaledges.

    Thanks,
    SPB
    Scott Bushey
    Husband to Tina, father to Nicole, Danielle and Zoe
    www.SemperReformanda.com
    Seminary attempt @ The North American Reformed Seminary

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    I've actually thought about retiring anyway.
    Gregg M.
    Truth Baptist Church
    South Windsor CT.

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    You will be missed Greg!
    Via Con Dios
    Scott Bushey
    Husband to Tina, father to Nicole, Danielle and Zoe
    www.SemperReformanda.com
    Seminary attempt @ The North American Reformed Seminary

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    Slán agus beannacht leat

    Gregg
    Gregg M.
    Truth Baptist Church
    South Windsor CT.

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    Here's a thought:

    For anyone who may be uncomfortable placing their personal information in their signature line, to be picked up by the search engines....

    Create a small "image" (banner, avitar, picture etc.) on your computer with your name, church affiliation, location, etc, in it, and then upload the image and link to it (such as we do with our avitar). In this way we still have the information in our signature, yet (IMO) we're not exposing ourselves, our information to our curious friends/ relatives who are "googling" trying to find our what were up too, and what our deepest innermost thoughts are.

    (To place the image in your signature line you would type: [ img]http://www.yourwebsite.com/filename.jpg[/img ] )


    :roll:




    [Edited on 2-26-2004 by ChristianasJourney]
    Janice
    AKA Professor Plum :detective:

    Following in the footsteps of Christiana and heading toward the Celestial City!

    [b]"I know you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant. " ~ Anon. [/b]

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    Does the internet charge for these billboards?
    Gregg M.
    Truth Baptist Church
    South Windsor CT.

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    [quote][i:842625dc46]Originally posted by ChristianasJourney[/i:842625dc46]
    In this way we still have the information in our signature, yet (IMO) we're not exposing ourselves, our information to our curious friends/ relatives who are "googling" trying to find our what were up too, and what our deepest innermost thoughts are.

    __________________________

    My innermost thoughts have been focused on how to make this little guys head spin.... LIKE THIS :spin:
    Gregg M.
    Truth Baptist Church
    South Windsor CT.

  8. Gregg,

    Yes. It costs about $5.83 a month.

    Think its worth it??
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    [quote:349fcffc5b][i:349fcffc5b]Originally posted by webmaster[/i:349fcffc5b]
    Gregg,

    Yes. It costs about $5.83 a month.

    Think its worth it?? [/quote:349fcffc5b]

    Reply...

    Does this mean that Janice will have to pay $5.83/month for hers?
    Gregg M.
    Truth Baptist Church
    South Windsor CT.

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    a friend told told me about the signature. So I have just read this. I dont feel comfortable Putting my whole name or what city I live in. That sounds dangerous. 2 years ago on another site I had someone start sending me 16 emails a day and attacking me in the forums because he said that its Gods will for him it marry me and if I did not email him I was not saved.
    I think giving your last name on here is very dangerous because then a person only has to put it into Bell's search engine and they can find your street address and phone number.
    Ontario, PAOC Church

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    Deborah,
    See Janice's post above. Possibly, she can help you with the billboard. If not, I will.
    Scott Bushey
    Husband to Tina, father to Nicole, Danielle and Zoe
    www.SemperReformanda.com
    Seminary attempt @ The North American Reformed Seminary

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    Test
    Brandon Barnes
    Calvary Baptist Church (SBC)
    Clearwater, FL

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    [quote:94d201f727][i:94d201f727]Originally posted by Scott Bushey[/i:94d201f727]We would appreciate you adding this into your signature so that we can know who you are as a poster on the board. Screen names are great, but they are becoming confusing and we would like to have the proper information on each member. [/quote:94d201f727]

    I hear the black helecopters overhead.



    [Edited on 4-23-2004 by raderag]
    Grace and Peace in Christ,

    Brett Rader
    Member
    Redeemer Presbyterian(PCA)
    Austin, TX

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    So Im not the only one who has black copters flying overhead

    Anyway if you ahvent allready please comply with the rules:

    Bladestunner316
    Nathan Olaf Brandal

    "Man is nothing: he hath a free will to go to hell, but none to go to heaven, till God worketh in him to will and to do his good pleasure"
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    not you radarag in case you thought I was implying it towards you
    Nathan Olaf Brandal

    "Man is nothing: he hath a free will to go to hell, but none to go to heaven, till God worketh in him to will and to do his good pleasure"
    GEORGE WHITEFIELD TO JOHN WESLEY

    My Blog

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    Just reminding everyone. Some new folks haven't complied yet and some old folks have been gone during this transition. Please comply.

    [quote:dff3027e24]
    Please yield to the recent administrative request:

    EVERYONE PLEASE READ THIS

    Dear Friends,

    For those who are currently visiting the Puritanboard (www.puritanboard.com), we would like you to update your "signature" to include the following items:

    Name and Title
    Ministry Position and State (if you are an elder or pastor)
    Name of Home Church you are a member of or serve in
    Home City and State

    A signature would look like this:

    Rev. Dr. William Perkins
    Pastor/Theologian, Westminster Abbey (England)
    London, England

    Or if you are a student, you could do the following:

    William Perkins
    Grace PCA (Hudson, OH)
    Reformed Theological Seminary, MATS student, Jackson, MS

    We would appreciate you adding this into your signature so that we can know who you are as a poster on the board. Screen names are great, but they are becoming confusing and we would like to have the proper information on each member.

    We will send out another email that will formally explain this process for all new members as well as creating a new splash page for member induction. But for those on the board already, we would appreciate you updating your information the next time you visit.

    Thanks so much,
    In Him,
    The Admins
    (Matthew, Scott, Phillip, and Fred)
    2-13-04

    *Failure to comply will result in suspension of posting privaledges.

    Thanks,
    SPB
    [/quote:dff3027e24]
    Patrick
    MDiv, RTS Jackson
    Pastor, Grace Presbyterian Church (OPC), Lisbon, NY

    "He does well, that discourses of Christ; but he does infinitely better, that by experimental knowledge, feeds and lives on Christ." Thomas Brooks.
    "Let us not please ourselves that we have deep understandings, but let us shew our understandings by our practice." Richard Sibbes

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