Can you connect my puzzle?

9 Jul

On the Porch

Onisha Ellis

I'm a winner

UPDATE 7/16/2015

After posting this, I began working with Earl of Earls Help Desk.  He was able to rejoin the links and make the website play nice and I am extremely grateful.

Our book website Rebekah Lyn Books is shedding! That is right, it is shedding it’s links and I have no idea how to fix this. I joined a Facebook group for WordPress but have been too intimidated to post a question. At the tiniest mention of the word code my brain begins to swim and twists.

I have been inwardly beating myself up about this but today, as I sat down to challenge the beast, I remembered something. Everyone has things they don’t do well. If I can embrace that God created us to be unique parts of the Body of Christ, then I need to embrace my inadequacies as well. I am deciding to see them as a part of the puzzle that is me, that needs to be connected. I am going to post on the Word Press page and if anyone of our readers here  have advice to share, I will gratefully receive it. Rebekah Lyn Books is a self hosted site running WP 4.2.2 The theme is Magazine Child and it has Genesis (not sure what that means)

I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.

4 Responses to “Can you connect my puzzle?”

  1. ludyja July 9, 2015 at 4:15 pm #

    When Fred was in seminary, studying Greek, he came home excited one day to say that the literal translation is: “I can do all things through Christ who keeps pouring power into me!”
    Isn’t that neat??!! Christ is pouring that power into you – you can do it.

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  2. Old Things R New July 9, 2015 at 3:05 pm #

    I posted once, Barbara and Joel Canfield suggested I join a WordPress FB group. He said he is too expensive for me and he probably is! I am going through my plug-ins to see if one of them is the problem. Thank you for commiserating.

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  3. Barbara A Martin July 9, 2015 at 2:58 pm #

    I definitely feel your pain Onisha. I was totally flumoxed with all social media when I started. It’s still a learning curve, but God sent me several people from CIR to offer suggestions. Have you posted there?

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