Not much interest for English articles

For English readers we translated the original Dutch articles and presented them here on “Broeders in Christus”.

We have to regret that there seems to be very little interest in the translated articles on this site. The translations, however, require a lot of work and we would not mind doing all that work if we could find some reward for it, by getting people to read those articles. If we could have more readers looking at them we would have no objection here and would be inspired to continue what we are doing. But now those translations getting so little attention (nearly none) we provisionally shall forgo all that work and shall concentrate to place more frequently some Dutch articles (at a regular interval).

We appreciate very much your visit here and are glad that there are still so many English-speaking readers here who have subscribed to this blog. You and they are always welcome here. But we like to invite you also to subscribe to our ecclesia site, where more (original and translated) English articles are published.

English: Dutch people talking on the streets.

English: Dutch people talking on the streets. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

When we compare the statistics of our other websites with the viewings on this blog, the results are so disturbingly low (about 8 views by a publication), it is not so easy to bring up a positive effort to do all that work. In case we would now and then have received some encouragement, it would have been better and perhaps worthwhile to continue. But under given circumstances we shall concentrate us on this blog more to the Dutch speaking community and will offer enough reading material in English on our other blogs, like

our ecclesia site: Belgian Christadelphian Ecclesia

at the blog looking at Jesus Christ the Messiah: Messiah for all

the blog showing the way to God and how we best can relate to this Most High Supreme Being: Relating to God

the lifestyle magazine and readers digest: From Guestwriters

the lifestyle and theology magazine: Stepping Toes

English: Example for the Dutch Language - Flag...

Example for the Dutch Language – Flags of Belgium, The Netherlands and Suriname Nederlands: Voorbeeld voor de “Nederlandse Taal” – Vlaggen van België, Nederland en Suriname (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Next, on this site, we shall continue to place, now and then, some short reviews in English, and shall bring more Dutch articles, hoping to welcome readers from all over the world who speak Dutch.

Those readers we also kindly request to let others in their language know our websites. Only by mouth to mouth advertisement we can have our readers grow, finding more viewings, receiving more stimulation to continue with our work along this way.

Please support our work and help to spread the Gospel News.

  • Voor onze Nederlandstalige lezers vragen wij vriendelijk om meer reclame te maken voor onze websites en meer mensen dit Nederlandstalig platform te leren laten kennen.
    Wij durven u vriendelijk verzoeken de verspreiding van het Goede Nieuws van het Komende Koninkrijk van God verder mee te helpen uit te bouwen.

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About Marcus Ampe

Retired dancer, choreographer, choreologist Founder of the Dance impresario office and archive: Danscontact-Dansarchief plus the Association for Bible scholars, the Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" and "From Guestwriters" and creator of the site "Messiah for all". - Gepensioneerd danser, choreograaf, choreoloog. Stichter van Danscontact-Dansarchief plus van de Vereniging voor Bijbelvorsers, de Lifestyle magazines "Stepping Toes" en "From Guestwriters" en maker van de site "Messiah for all".
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