Friday, June 06, 2008

and when i'm gone - the view from her

This is an interesting post over on Jan's blog...

Youvebeenleftbehind.com will do just that. You can subscribe to this service for $40 a year, and schedule alerts for up to 62 people. The notifications will be sent exactly six days after the rapture. According to Fox News, it's set up like this: "Final e-mails from vanished subscribers will be triggered when three of the site's five Christian staffers fail to log in for six days in a row." I was kinda wondering about that, because it wouldn't be very nice to have non-Christian staffers whose only job was to click the "Send" button after everyone else was gone.

and when i'm gone - the view from her

2 comments:

Vicki Small said...

Every now and then, I try to imagine churches, with members who are left behind...maybe even with pastors and teachers who are left behind. The idea of being among them freezes my blood. What would they say to each other? Would denial take over, or would they cry out to God?

Anonymous said...

They must have gotten the idea from the tv show "Lost"