Happy Anniversary, HiHBD

Posted on April 16, 2010 by Global Mission Support

The Hand in Hand Blog Digest (HiHBD) debuted on April 6, 2009.  Since then, the blog has been read by 4,035 unique visitors representing every U.S. state and 97 other countries and territories.   The top visiting countries (in addition to the U.S.) are Japan, Canada, Germany, India, Hong Kong, Slovakia, United Kingdom, Australia, Argentina, South Africa.  The top visiting states are  Illinois, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, New York, California, Iowa, Texas, Ohio, Washington.

Subtracting the index pages, here are the top Hand in Hand Blog Digest posts from its first year.  What are your favorites?

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The Hand in Hand Blog Digest exists to lift up the ministries of ELCA missionaries and their local and global companions.  Considering making a gift donation to ELCA Missionary Sponsorship in honor of a special anniversary, event or person in your life.  You can give through your congregation (write “ELCA Missionary Sponsorship” on the memo line of your check), by phone (800-638-3522), online, or by mailing a check to ELCA Missionary Sponsorship, 8765 W. Higgins Road, Chicago, IL 60631.  E-mail globalmissionsupport@elca.org to request a tribute card to announce your special gift.

Thanks for your hand in the Hand in Hand Blog digest!
Sue Edison-Swift is associate director for ELCA Global Mission Support and the HiHBD Queen.


One Response to 'Happy Anniversary, HiHBD'

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  1. on April 16th, 2010 at 11:56 am

    I have so many favorites, but two come immediately to mind: Pr. Twila Schock’s “The power of the spoon” (April 29, 2009) and Kate Lawler’s “Why can’t I remember their ages?” (March 15, 2010).