Two ways to receive Connections: Choose what’s best for you

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You can find the current issue of Connections each month on this website, in the form of files that have the extension pdf.  To read or print these files, you must have the software program Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer. It’s free, it’s easy to use, and you can get it by clicking here. Once you have it, it will automatically go into operation whenever you click on the name of any file whose extension is pdf. If you only want to be notified when each new issue is available here, sign up to get on Barbara’s e-mail list, but don’t download the attachment that comes with her e-mail. Simply let the e-mail be your reminder to look for the new issue on the website.
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Barbara can send Connections to you regularly by e-mail, as an attached file that you can download to your computer. To get Connections this way, let Barbara know you want it, by clicking on this link to e-mail her. Please send her your name, not just your e-mail address. She’d also appreciate knowing your city and state or country, and how you became aware of Connections. The attachment that she sends you each month will be a file with the extension .pdf, and to read it you must have the software program Adobe Acrobat Reader on your computer. It’s free, it’s easy to use, and you can download it by clicking here. Once you have it, it will automatically go into operation whenever you try to open any pdf file.

Back issues shown with hyperlinks on these web pages are available free from this website. Connections is not copyrighted, because Barbara’s aim is to reach as many church members as possible in order to stimulate discussion and thought about the topics she writes about. You therefore are welcome to make copies of Connections. Many recipients do so regularly and distribute them to friends, Sunday School classes, and other church groups.

You can get Connections in any one of 2 ways: Web, or E-mail