Mar 20, 2014

Food For Faith quietly celebrated a significant milestone earlier this week with the 1000th posting.

Five years ago the Food For Faith blog began as a two week Holy Land pilgrimage diary. At the end of the pilgrimage I spent a couple of months on sabbatical and continued to update the blog. A number of people commented that they found it helpful, and things grew from there.

Last year it became clear that the blog had outgrown its blog framework and that a more substantial website was needed. Thanks to Jason McTague’s IT expertise and support, the move to www.foodforfaith.org.nz  has been relatively easy and effective.

Apart from the Twitter (twitter.com/johnchch) and Facebook Food For Faith presence, we have made no effort to advertise the site. Word of mouth is our best promoter.

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