Imagine an online café, if there could be one, where you could take a break from the day’s work, chill out a bit, and interact with people from around the world. A place where you can chat about nonsense as well as discuss matters deep and wide. A place which, even after a quick stop, will send you back to routine refreshed and with new ideas to chew on.
Wondering Fair seeks to be such a place. We want to gather a worldwide community of people discussing matters of life and faith under an informal, relational atmosphere. We aim to offer fresh content from gracious and thoughtful people interacting with current trends, culture and life situations. We bring a Christian perspective on things to the table, with the aim to also hear others and talk about the things that matter most.
Wondering Fair is your online corner to take a break and think about life.
Hi, I want to share this on Facebook, but I can’t figure out how! When I click on the button under “Share Wondering Fair,” it just directs me to an application for sharing on Facebook in general. Am I just a confused newbie or is there a problem with the link?
Hi Verity3, try doing the same procedure when you are already logged to your facebook account. Let us know if it doesn’t work.
I tried clicking on the button again, and a page opened up called “AddThis Social Bookmarking Sharing Button Widget” … then I clicked on the Facebook icon, and a Facebook page opened up offering to save the “AddThis Social Bookmarking Sharing Button Widget” page to my profile. I did, and the title/description can be changed, but it still links to the “AddThis Social Bookmarking Sharing Button Widget” page. Am I doing something wrong, or is the button linked to the wrong page?
the idea sounds very interesting. how far you have been until today?
Good to hear from you, Fiona! You mean how far in terms of visits? Just check the graph to right : )
not only about the visitors’ number, more about have you really built an online place today, where “people from different corners around the world could exchange thoughts easily, have freely interaction and create a wonderful atmosphere to do so”? :)
Like what you’re about!
I would love to get the words of the poem by Nell Hodgson Watt ‘rainbow tears’ could u send me a link please
I’d like to reproduce Labour of Love by Ryan on our website – http://www.missionsfestvancouver.ca – OK?
Yes, Ryan has given you permission!
Hi René – I would like to send you a review copy of our newly released book, “The Heart of Pope Francis” written by his life-long friend in Argentina. If you are interested, please send me a direct mailing address to email@example.com
DAve Benson, is your Nanna the Australian poet Nell Hodgson? If so, is she still alive? HOw can I contact her? I’m editing an old radio script that quotes a poem and we need to check on IPR