Monday, July 31, 2006

Rethinking About the Web Management

Recently, I had a brief conversation with my co-developer of my fellowship's website.

Yes, we are re-developing it, but this time around, we will take a different approach.

We started off with a 5 people committe on managing and designing the web site. We did not have much to develop on, but collabroating to update material is time consuming.

So we decided to change the way it works to Web 2.0 style. Instead of just a few of us responsible to the materials of the website, we let the fellowship member to decide what should be there.

It will be a bit change, but now the responsibility of the content material will not fall solely on a few people, rather, it will fall onto those who want to make the fellowship site better.

10 Degree Change

Yesterday, I visited the <a href="">Saddleback church</a>. I was very impressed with the church. It is not the usual church building that I have thought, instead, there were few office building like buildings, tents, and a convention center like meeting place.

The convention center like meeting place is the santuary where people worship and speaker gave message. I enjoy the message and I thought it was a good reminder.

The speaker said he did not expect a 180 degree change instantly, instead, we should try to change at least for 10 degree. It was true that it was hard for a person to change 180 degree in a short amount of time, but the 10 degree change will be very different over time when comparing to the original way of doing things.

I was glad to be there to hear about it.

Monday, July 03, 2006

Fu Jian, China

After spending several days here in San Ming, I am more impressive about the city.

It is a developing city. Dusts are flying everywhere because there are so many developments going on. There are a lot of people and a lot of cars passing through the street interchangingly.

I have a really good time with the friends and children that I am visiting. The children are very friendly and I am very impressive on how well they behave and how much they welcome us.

I am very blessed to be here.