January 25, 2015 — We have a new Facebook widget (top right) where alternative links and news about earthpages will appear. So this page will become a bit redundant, other than as an archive chronicling our changes.
December 25, 2014 — Enabled reblogging. Read more » https://epages.wordpress.com/2014/12/25/holiday-changes/
February 27, 2014 — Just received a Very Inspiring Blogger Award, thanks to The Hunt FOR Truth. This is a wonderful thing. Sometimes I get discouraged with the site. Recognition like this makes me realize that it’s not all in vain. Much appreciated!
Over the years I have received other awards. But when Earthpages first changed to blog format, the themes were far more limited back then, and I couldn’t figure out how to make the award images “work” with the new look I was trying to achieve at the time. But today I feel like a bit of a louse. So I plan to go thru my hard drive, find those awards, and hopefully the links they originated from. I do appreciated all who visit and contribute. Sometimes I feel like a bit of an absentee blogger, but it’s just because I’m so busy, that sometimes I only have time to think positive, prayerful thoughts about people. I only hope they get that and don’t see my lack of visiting or writing in any other way!
February 19, 2014 — Another site makeover. This time the blogging theme is called “Yoko,” which I think is really cool. The clean look reminds me of John Lennon’s “Imagine” video. Some religious people freak out over that song’s “Imagine there’s no heaven” line. But imo John was just learning for himself, and he never had an experience that would lead him to believe otherwise. So it doesn’t bother me, someone who firmly believes in heaven.
September 27, 2013 — Apple recently came out with a software update (after how many years was it?). So today when we saw some funky new features at WordPress.com, we had to seize the opportunity to give the site a fresh, new look.
August 29, 2013 — Wow, I can’t believe a whole year has passed and there’s been no major site news. But we have been working in the background, expanding our horizons and sharpening up our entries at earthpages.ca. And we’ve added many new articles and authors at earthpages.org. But the basic format hasn’t changed too much during the past year. If it ain’t broke don’t fix it!
August 9, 2012 — Nothing much new to report. We’re coasting through summer, posting new material and revising some old stuff.
January 12,2012 — To keep things manageable, we’re weeding out some old articles that didn’t do too well. If you’re searching in vain for an article previously posted at earthpages.org, you can request that we re-post it. Alternately, we might point you to another web site where it’s still online.
November 5, 2011 — We’ve restored most of the images that were temporarily missing after the migration from NCF.ca. And some hyperlinks at earthpages.ca that were incorrectly pointing to earthpages.org (instead of within earthpages.ca) have been repaired.
October 6, 2011 — We just realized that many images are missing after the migration from NCF.ca. Many more than we’d thought, and mostly on articles written by MC. Most of the images are backed up. We just have to republish them at WordPress.
June 14, 2011 — The good folks at web.ncf.ca responded quickly to our request to delete the old Earthpages (see June 12, 2011 for details).
The old site ascended into cyber heaven on June 13, 2011, with all former web addresses now redirecting to Earthpages.org’s new home page at WordPress.com.
Thanks very much to the ncf.ca team for their kind and thoughtful assistance!
June 12, 2011 — Those of you who contributed to Earthpages at web.ncf.ca should know that the Earthpages content at web.ncf.ca will soon be deleted.
We can’t exactly say when, because we won’t be clicking the mouse—web.ncf.ca will be. But it should be within the next few days.
You might have noticed that some content hosted at web.ncf.ca was relocated to the new Earthpages (hosted at WordPress.com). But regrettably, some web.ncf.ca content will not be relocated in the foreseeable future.
If your content wasn’t relocated, please know that we deeply appreciate all who’ve contributed to Earthpages over the years. You helped us grow. And for that we are truly grateful.