The Blogscape April 19, 2007 / 2 Comments Favorites Bishop Alan’s Blog Father Jake Stops the World (Terry Martin) In a Godward Direction (Tobias Haller) Inch at a Time (Susan Russell) Preludium (Mark Harris) Simple Massing Priest (Malcolm French) Spiritual Politics (Mark Silk) Thinking Anglicans (Simon Sarmiento, et. al.) Walking with Integrity Wounded Bird (June Butler) The Media Church Times’ blog Faith in Public Life Daily News The Guardian (Andrew Brown) Religion Dispatches Religion News Service Reuters’ Faith World (Tom Heneghan, et. al.) Times of London (Ruth Gledhill) USA Today’s Faith & Reason (Cathy Grossman) Contributors’ Blogs Andrew Plus Anglican Centrist Caught by the Light Contemplation at the Angle Entangled states Episcopal Chaplain at the Bedside Ethical Musings Good Faith and the Common Good Haligweorc Heidoville Irreducible Minimums New Virginia Church Man On Not Being A Sausage Pluralist Speaks Santos Woodcarving Popsicles what the tide brings in Where the wind There’s more Acts of Hope Anglicans Online Anglican Scotist Anglimergent Barefoot and Laughing Blogspotting Anglican Episcopalian Brian McLaren Changing Attitude Church Planting Central Clergy Family Confidential Confessions of a Carioca Daily Office Desert’s Child EpiScope Emergent Village The Episcopali-fem Eruptions at the Foot of The Volcano Est Anima Legis Faith in Public Life blog Fiat Lux For God’s Sake, Shut up Friends of Jake Lionel Deimel Liturgy (Bosco Peters) Louie Crew Maggi Dawn Mission Saint Clare Monastic Mumblings My Manner of Life Padre Mickey’s Dance Party Raspberry Rabbit Rev. Dr. Mom Reverend Ref+ Seven Whole Days (Scott Gunn) Street Prophets Telling Secrets Thanksgiving in All Things That We All May Be One Third Way Three Minute Theologian Three Rivers Episcopal Titusonenine Topmost Apple Wormwood’s Doxy Category : Episcopal CafeTags : The Blogscape Comment Policy Our comment policy requires that you use your real name and provide an email address (your email will not be published). Comments that use non-PG rated language, include personal attacks, that are not provable as fact or that we deem in any way to to be counter to our mission of fostering respectful dialogue will not be posted. We also ask that you limit your comments to no more than four per day. 2 Comments Isabel Ogden December 1, 2014 I don’t do donations by pay pal. A mailing address in order to mail a check is how I want to make a donation and I would bet I’m not alone. Please let me know an address and suggest you put an address on the donation site… Many thanks for past, present and future efforts here! Isabel R. Ogden Jon White December 1, 2014 Great suggestion Isabel – we made the change you recommended! Comments are closed.