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How Many Shelves on your Podium?

Discussion in 'Other Discussions' started by starviola, Mar 9, 2015.

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  1. starviola

    starviola New Member

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    How many shelves does your church podium have? I found an article discussing one shelf podiums vs. two shelf podiums:

    MODERATOR NOTE: starviola-----I am going to suggest you consult the Baptistboard webmasters concerning the availability of advertising---advertising through posting of threads are not permitted---sorry!! If you have a problem concerning moderator decision please leave a note for administrators. blackbird
     
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    padredurand Well-Known Member
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    If you want to advertise on BB man up and spend some money with the webmaster. It is an integrity issue and right now you aren't showing any.
     
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    You mean you wrote an article.
     
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  4. Scarlett O.

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    To the OP: There is nothing wrong with advertising. There IS something wrong when a Christian pretends to "find" articles and pretends to be interested in sharing what he finds to help others when in actuality, he wrote the article with links in it to his sale pages.

    That's called deceitful business practices. Oh, let's just call it what it is. It's called lying.

    You should not be conducting your business in this manner - neither here nor all the other forums where you do the same thing under different names.

    If you want to actually pursue the goal that you said you had in your first post here, then stick around and participate in the fellowship of this board.

     
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