Over 100,000 Served
I don’t know what this means, but I hope it means something good. My web site: www.bookofconcord.org has passed 100,000 visitors to the site since it went up on the Internet … ah, let me see. When was it? Four years ago? Five? I don’t remember. I have a very kind person helping me maintain it and wouldn’t you know it, I even don’t remember who they are. The web site just is there. I don’t fuss with it, or muss with it. In fact, whenever I’ve tried to do that since that point in time that I actually did know just a bit about web design, I end up messing up something. Then my friend comes to the rescue. In fact, if you are that person, would you please send me an e-mail? I’ve got a couple questions. It’s an interesting thing really, to think that around 200 people a day visit the site every single day. They read the Book of Concord, on line, or download the public domain copy of it, or the historical introductions to the Book of Concord by Bente, or they search it with the search functionality there, or they read one of the articles there offering a very brief introduction to the what it is all about. If a person searches on "Google" for "Book of Concord" or "Lutheran Confessions" it pops up at the top of the list, or near the top. So, if you have never taken a look at it, check out http://www.bookofconcord.org The home on the Internet for the Book of Concord.