Progressive Faith Bloggers

Progressive Faith Blog-Con 2006

Faith and politics have the capacity to profoundly divide, or to profoundly connect. Progressive Faith BlogCon is a chance for progressive bloggers of faith to meet one another, talk with one another, and learn from one another.

A full-fledged conference is in the planning stages. Meanwhile, join in at the weekly carnival.

This week, the carnival is hosted at Roc Rebel Granny’s place.

Join up and participate in the next carnival at Think Buddha.

Progressive Faith Blog-Con 2006 Carnival

(Thanks to ExPatriated Texan for the invite, and I see that Grateful Bear is here too!)

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  1. Posted 2006/01/24 at 11:49 AM | Permalink

    I’e been reading back through your posts. Wow. I’m glad I found you. I didn’t want to leave a comment on each one so I’m saying it here to cover all.

    I need to find out how to link your posts on my blog. I’ve never done anything except blogger and I don’t do that too well.


    Ann (granny)

  2. Posted 2006/01/24 at 12:00 PM | Permalink

    Thanks Ann!

    Here’s how you do it. While you are editing your post, select the text that you want to link, then (in Blogger) click on the third little icon across the top of the edit area (it’s a little chain over a globe – link, get it?). A window will pop up asking for the url. In another browser window, go to the blog you want to link. Right-click on the headline of the post you want and copy the link location, then paste it in that box – or you can just click on the headline to go to the permanent link location and cut and paste from the navigation bar.

    If you’ve done it right, it should look something like this:

    If you need any more help with linking, just email me at heidi at virushead dot net.

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