Slowly we can see that the world is returning back to “normal”, though some Corona restrictions are still going, but gradually we can come together again with more people. Last Memorial Service it was still limited to baptised members only, but in the coming weeks our ecclesiae shall open their doors again to non-baptised and people from other denominations as well.
Having people again meeting us in our prayer and Biblestudy places, does not have to mean we shall reduce our writings on the net. We are convinced the internet is a very important medium to reach people.
It is important to us that we attract and retain exceptional teaching, support and operational staff and are keen to employ team members who hold the same faith and values we hold.
We always welcome writers for several of our website, in particular “From Guestwriters” and “Some View on the World“, but also for the Ecclesia site and the Brethren site “Broeders in Christus – Brethren in Christ“.
We always welcome applications from enthusiastic, innovative, expert Christadelphians who are committed to the values and ethos of our community and who understand the importance of making the Name of God to be known as well as the importance of telling the people about the Good News of the Coming Kingdom of God.
Today I just want to try something out with this blog and with Some view on the world.
I got to hear about Bloglovin’ that now is part of the platform Activate that allows users to read, organise, and discover their favourite blogs on mobile and desktop. It is a design-focused platform that aggregates feeds from sources with RSS feeds, allowing users to discover and organise content.
Being a curious person, I want to try this out today. Therefore I inscribed myself to the platform and tried to register this and my other website “Some view on the world” to get both be known by more possible readers.
Please read more about it on: Trying out Bloglovin’ and hopefully, we can find out that it will work.
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On this website you could already read about a webshop that tries to support local small farmers and artists by buying their goods at decent prices and selling them in Europe.
Pequeña Sudamérica, or “Little South America” offers a variety of products on the European mainland. In the future, in addition to the multiple wines that the webshop already offers, it will also present the wines of the father of the Argentinian founder of the webshop. But apart from wines, beers and other food products, you will also be able to find items made by the Argentinian’s family members and friends. These handicrafts make the collection of offered objects unique in a way.
The webshop will regularly feature explanations and recipes in addition to offers so that you can get to know the products they offer better and make good use of them.
Also on yours truly’s blog, you will be able to find more information about those beautiful countries and their cuisine. On the blog Pequeña Sudamérica on WordPress, you will be able to make a virtual surprise tour and find more trivia and news from that kitchen. You are welcome to visit Pequeña Sudamérica on WordPress and to further explore the Pequeña Sudamérica webshop.
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Since the beginning of this year, more than half a million people have fled Afghanistan, bringing the total number of displaced people in Afghanistan to 3.5 million. Due to the rising cost of food, many of the Afghans forced to flee are struggling to survive. Many little children had to flee the increasing violence together with their families and are now living in a refugee camp. 80% of Afghans forced to flee are women and children.
Given the drastic increase in the number of people forced to flee, more help is urgently needed. The UNHCR priority is to make sure everyone has access to clean water, food and a safe place to sleep. To this end, they remain on the ground, working with local organizations to provide assistance where we can. Currently, they have access to all provinces. Every day, UNHCR colleagues on the ground assess what the most urgent needs are and how they can safely deliver aid. Meanwhile they are also stockpiling emergency supplies in order to be as well prepared as possible for any changes in the situation.
You can help ensure that Afghan families get access to basic necessities.
- Help UNHC: donate now
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