A Cry For Justice

Awakening the Evangelical Church to Domestic Violence and Abuse in its Midst

Reassurance so you are not discombobulated

I’ve made a few changes to the way I’m doing things on the internet.  I’m giving you a heads up about the changes, so that you are not freaked out or thrown for a loop.

1. Pop-up message inviting you to type in your email to subscribe to new posts at this site.

If you are already receiving an email every time a post is published at this site, there is no need to subscribe via the pop-up message.

It took me ages to figure out how to set up this pop-up message using MailChimp. You would not believe how many months it had been on my to-do list. Ugh….Maybe I’m a klutz, or maybe the instructions I read at MailChimp and WordPress misled me, or maybe all of the above.  But the fact is, I am a chronic procrastinator when it comes to wrapping my head around new technology, and MailChimp has been one of the things I procrastinated about and gave myself endless grief about.

2. I am in the process of setting up a new website for my book. Check it out HERE.

When the site is fully set up it will have purchase options for the book, plus all the reviews of the book written by theologians, pastors, pastoral carers, counselors, secular professionals, survivors of abuse and supporters of survivors.

You can always buy my book at sites like Amazon, but you won’t be able to read the theologians’ and pastors’ reviews of the book at the mainstream bookseller websites.

3. I’ve tweaked the Facebook page of A Cry For Justice a bit, to make it more user friendly.

4. The next post in my Blindness and Deception series will be coming out soon.

If you are waiting for it, please forgive me for dragging the chain…

 

 

 

2 Comments

  1. Gany T.

    The pop-up message allowing one to subscribe to new posts is good, making it faster and easier to do so. (Well done at persevering and succeeding in that techno task!)

    I really like the new website for your book. Upon clicking the link, the very first words to appear (in large print and an easy-to-read format) are a welcome message of clarity, relief, and Scriptural comfort for suffering dv victims. Right to the point! (Ah, THE message and tone we wish all pastors and churches would adopt.)

    Nice changes!

  2. Finding Answers

    From the original post “……maybe the instructions I read at MailChimp and WordPress misled me…..”

    Adding my own quirky computer geek humour and speaking from personal experience: Maybe (akin to different versions of the Bible), something got lost in the translation. 🙂

    From the original post “……a new website for my book….”

    Adding my own quirky computer geek wording, the new Not Under Bondage website is an upgrade on both of the older Not Under Bondage websites.

    From the original post “I’ve tweaked the Facebook page of A Cry For Justice a bit, to make it more user friendly.”

    For me, I don’t use social media because NONE of it is user friendly.

    From the original post “The next post in my Blindness and Deception series will be coming out soon.”

    Yay That!

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