Housekeeping and Site Maintenance at A Queer Calling

Good morning! We hope that all of you are well on this fine Saturday. Just for this week, we’re going to hold off on asking our usual Saturday Symposium question and instead let all our readers know about some important updates.

If you follow us on Twitter, you may have noticed that we’ve been tweeting about a lot of behind-the-scenes work that we’ve been doing on the website. On the night of Wednesday, March 12, we moved from to a self hosted domain. This means you can still access the site in the same way as always, but as administrators, we now have improved security and more flexibility in design options for the site moving forward. Some of you may have had trouble accessing the site or certain links on Wednesday night and Thursday morning, and we apologize for any inconvenience. Both of us have been working very hard the past two days to make sure that every link on the entire site is working now, but if you happen upon one that is broken or any other errors or problems, please let us know so we can fix these. While the move went fairly smoothly, we have noticed a few minor discrepancies regarding our blog followers. It seems that not all our followers’ information made it through the transfer, so we would like to encourage all of you to verify your subscription settings to make sure that you don’t miss a post from A Queer Calling. You can subscribe to our blog by submitting your email address via the “Subscribe to Our Blog” box on the sidebar under our “Welcome” message.

We would also like to use today’s post to open the floor for your feedback. If you have an idea for a new post or a broad topic we might be able to address across several posts, please let us know in the comments or via the Ask Us! form. If you have other ideas regarding our site’s design and accessibility, or anything else relevant to our purpose at A Queer Calling, you can leave us a comment about that or Contact Us via email. We value your readership immensely and find ourselves continually amazed at what we’ve learned from readers around the world within our very short time of blogging thus far.

Have a great weekend, and we’ll be back with more discussions of celibacy, relationships, and LGBT Christian issues on Monday!


Sarah and Lindsey

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