Changes on ChiefShepherd

Well, I have been pretty much absent for the past few weeks. There have been some personal issues that have restricted me but there were also some very significant issues related to this site. Particularly, I was able to acquire the chiefshepherd.com domain. I already owned the .net version and that is where the system has resided for the past year or two. Now, I am working to make BOTH domains point to the same site. That is significantly more difficult than it seems on theĀ  surface but it is almost done.

The BIG difference is that the new site will have a new look and theme. I hope you like it! It seems much easier to read and it loads faster. There are also some minor changes that, hopefully, will make your visit here more pleasant. Everything (existant and new) should be intuitive – it should work as you would expect. If you are not sure what something does, just TRY IT! You will not break anything here or on your computer <grin>.

For those of you who have registered on the .net site, you will need to complete another registration for the new site (sorry, but I cannot find any way to avoid that). However, I have started the process and you should receive an email with instructions. Basically, you should not have to do much more than click on the link in the email.

For those of you who have subscribed via email or RSS, I don’t know what the effect will be. Please let me know if you do not receive any updates within the next few days. I will be adding new articles and they should appear as they normally would. If they do not, please visit https://chiefshepherd.com and click on one of the subscribe links.

Alternately, if you have any difficulties that you can not seem to fix, use the links on the Contacts page https://chiefshepherd.com/contact-us/.

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About Ray

Ray Waldo is a retired pastor with a passion for sharing knowledge, understanding and (if possible), wisdom with everyone he meets. Prior to his retirement, Ray served as a local pastor and teacher to five different churches in two states. He also served as a short-term missionary, teacher, and crusade speaker to groups in Mexico, Kenya, Uganda & the Democratic Republic of Congo (while Congo was still in conflict). Ray is also a widely recognized teacher, writer and public speaker. He was the top-billed speaker to groups of over 10,000 people when he visited Africa. He is currently writing two books (online) that he expects to be published within the next two years.

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