Archive for March, 2011

“How Is Jeff Doing?”

Posted on: March 24th, 2011 by Craig Rairdin 8 Comments

Back in January, Craig revealed here that I’d been diagnosed with cancer in November and was undergoing treatments. Since then, many of you have left comments here and on Facebook letting us know of your prayers, love and concern. (We’ve even received some emails from PrayerPartner users who have added my health to their PrayerPartner prayer list. As the developer of PrayerPartner, I was blessed by that.)

Recently, some have left comments here and on Facebook asking how I’m doing. Frankly, I’m never sure how to answer that question, as there isn’t a good, short answer. Should I address how we’re doing spiritually (we’re thriving)? Emotionally (ups and downs, but God is faithful)? Physically (it’s not clear today how I’m doing against the cancer)? How can I communicate our experiences on this unexpected journey that will glorify God, encourage the Christian community, and not put the focus on me, all in a short article appropriate for this blog (or in a Facebook comment)?

I still haven’t figured out how to do that. 🙂

However, we do appreciate your interest, your expressions of concern and your related prayers. So, for those who might be interested, I’d like to invite you to my cancer blog, where I attempt to tackle some of the above. You don’t have to register, login or have a special account. You can read as much or as little as you want. If you’d like a summary of what’s happened and where we’re at now (that is, how I’m doing), I’d suggest that you start with this article.

As Craig said previously, “Thank you always for your prayers. It is our pleasure to be able to serve you through the work we do.”

New for PocketBible: Personal Promise Bible

Posted on: March 22nd, 2011 by Michelle Stramel 8 Comments

Laridian has released the Personal Promise Bible for use with PocketBible. This new product is available in two translations:

The Personal Promise Bible is a unique product which takes your first name, last name and spouse’s name (if married) and inserts it in over 7,000 places throughout the Old and New Testaments, giving each promise new life and significance for you personally. As the name implies, the idea is to help you comprehend God’s promises in a more personal way.

Each translation of The Personal Promise Bible sells for $24.99 and is available for use with PocketBible for iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, Windows PC, and Windows Mobile.

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