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It’s STATurday: Numbers on Multisiting

This is the second installment of InkLink’s new weekend feature, a Saturday-only post that will center on statistics. Thus, the name “It’s STATurday.”

The goal is laser-like and singular, namely, to provide a statistical window into a topic and, as a result, provide a gentle push for us to do something. 194 more words


You're Not The Gatekeeper Of Every Ministry

Remember that iconic line from Monty Python and The Holy Grail?

“None shall pass!”

Arthur, King of the Britains, attempts to pass a bridge.  It is guarded, however, by the infamous Black Knight.   223 more words


Multisite Wordpress on localhost Windows-machine

Setting up the development-environment on a Windows-machine for localhost.

Probably some easier way, but anyhow here how we did it.

Easiest way is to run Microsoft Webplatform installer to install the modules. 341 more words

Computer Engineering

Drupal muiltisite workflows that suck less

Multisite, while controversial, is a pretty cool feature of Drupal. In short, multisite lets you serve multiple Drupal installations from one codebase, which is good for loads of use cases. 1,040 more words

Multisiting (Before We Knew What It Was)

This week in I’ve been attending the Exponential conference in Tampa, FL, where the theme has been multiplying—you know, churches planting churches that plant churches that plant churches ad infinitum. 733 more words


MULTIPLICATION & A Multi-site "Alliance" Model ... That Creates Unity in Diversity!

Commentary by Dr. Whitesel:  One of my students found an excellent example of a church that employs:

1)   multiple worship venues for evangelistic diversity in worship, 290 more words


MULTIPLICATION & Humor From Fictional Newspaper 'Lark News' About Multiple Services

Pastor’s multiple personalities suit congregation just fine

SAN DIEGO — A pastor diagnosed with two separate personalities continues to pastor his congregation at Fairview Baptist church as two different people, one in first service and one in second. 282 more words