All surveys are now open for comments. We ask that the forum policies be honored and all comments be relevant to the survey topic.
RtG wrote:Why have you removed access to the "surveys"?? Are you working towards the death of the survey?
Are you working towards the death of the survey?
John UK wrote:I wrote in about this a couple of weeks ago, and the reply I got indicated that the survey section is indeed being slowly phased out. It is a deep sadness bro.
"For it is a shame even to speak of those things which are done of them in secret." Eph 5:12
In all fairness to SA, I was told that they didn't have the manpower to manage the "Survey Questions." I can understand that, but is there no other solution?
I am very disappointed, to say the least, but I think it might have been prudent for SA to notify the Users of their website of their decision to phase out the "Member Surveys" section.
RtG wrote:Thanks for that John. Yes indeed if it does go I too will miss it. But we have observed such a decline in Christians (and others) who come on the board to share and debate. Big loss to Christian communication. Listening to sermons is great and an essential part of Church on line. But chat is also an important part of any church too, especially when it is difficult to find people who comprehend where you are coming from.God Bless.
RtG wrote:Why have you removed access to the "surveys"?? The menu link has obviously been removed and there doesn't appear to be another direct link on the main pages?Are you working towards the death of the survey?
As to the numbers, we are very aware of the pitfalls of the "numbers game" and have no desire to pursue growth for the sake of growth. However, we are in the business of helping the local church and spreading great preaching to as many different avenues as possible. And that takes a great deal of resources. We covet your support and prayers. Thank you.
John UK wrote:I am finding that the comments page is not fully downloading, with one item remaining, I think it is the floral background gif or jpg. It's been like this for over a week. Any ideas?
Alan H wrote:Norman, may I ask what makes you believe that to be true?
[URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?SID=1201001990]]]SermonAudio Farewell Update - Scott A. Johnson[/URL]
Norman Smith wrote:I am very saddened to learn that Scott A.Johnsons sermons are to be removed soon from sermonaudio.
His ministry as a watchman is so needful today ,but his ministry will continue,thankfully ,through other sources.
...but, there are at least two other brethren on Sermonaudio who provide a similar strong ministry spaeaking about ,and on, the New World order,and current events,and such like.
One is Michael Slattery, and the other is Phil Fernandez,..so anyone who will miss brother Johnson's sermons here,may be blessed by searching through the sermon titles by those two .
I am blessed by the watchman ministries.
Thankyou..may the Lord have mercy upon us all..may we all occupy until He come.
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Eric wrote:I would think that is because they don't allow anything but "positive" comments. I just listened to a sermon that was full of inaccuracies. I tried to leave a comment explaining that, but then saw their disclaimer. If you are going to allow comments, then ALL comments (except profane stuff) needs to be allowed. Not allowing people to point out errors, especially Biblical ones, does NOT help the site at all. False doctrine can easily be taught, misrepresentations of the Bible can get out, etc. Please, you need to fix this. I saw this site advertised in a very conservative magazine, but after ONE sermon I don't have much trust in it.
SteveR wrote:So many thousands and thousands of downloaded sermons per day, and so few sermon comments? and just 3 in the last few daysWhy? Even Michael Jackson got 33 posts