It's World Communication Sunday...

Saturday, May 27, 2006

...so let's communicate!



Fellow contributors...

I believe most of us were invited by Moneybags to become part of this team due to one same reason - we're all called to fulfill God's will - as mentioned by Esteven. Since we're all working toward the same goal (in service for the Kingdom of God) and as a team, I feel that it would be great if we could know each other a little better. Apart from blogging and posting what we think will benefit the others, there is also a need for our team members to become closer so that we can support each other in times of need. Therefore, I've come up with the idea of having a chatbox, which has also been approved by Moneybags; it has been added to the sidebar. I encourage all members to join in and... CHAT! I'm eager to know each of you personally and I hope you are too. So I hope to hear from you soon!


Dear visitors...

If you don't know what comments you should give to the posts, or perhaps you're too shy to voice out, or you're curious and you want to know more about any one of the members, please feel free to communicate with us using the chatbox. We'll be more than happy to hear from you! Just a simple 'hi' and 'hello' can make our day! So please don't be shy. Anyway, we DON'T BITE! On behalf of the team, thank you for visiting this blog and we'd love to hear from you!


Photo courtesy here.


P.S. Thank you, Moneybags!

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