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James Rozak ([http://www.jamesrozak.com www.jamesrozak.com]) was responsible for graphic design and Flash programming of our introductory website.  This website was pulled for the reasons outlined in our [[Humble Pie]] article.  James Rozak is now the creator of [http://morningmercy.com/ morningmercy.com].
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==Websites==
 
The idea for the BelieveTheSign website was borne in late 2004 out of a desire that Jeremy Bergen had to provide a witness on the internet to what Jesus Christ is doing today.
 
  
 
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===Introductory website===
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The contents of the information website were developed and written by a number of volunteer editors and assistants.  Most asked that we remove their names after we published our [[Humble Pie]] article.  The site was primarily written by Jeremy Bergen, along with a number of other editors.
The [http://www,believethesign.com introductory website] was written and designed by Jeremy Bergen<ref name="Bibleway"> [http://www.bibleway.org Cloverdale Bibleway]</ref>, Rod Bergen<ref name="Bibleway"/> and James Rozak<ref name="Edmonton"> [http://www.edmontonlivingword.com/ Edmonton Living Word]</ref>. James Rozak was also responsible for graphic design and Flash programming - [http://www.jamesrozak.com www.jamesrozak.com]  The video clips were produced by Michael Rae<ref name="Bibleway"/> and Phil Ashdown<ref name="Bibleway"/>.  Rev. Tom Rae<ref name="Bibleway"/> appears in the video clips.
 
 
 
 
 
===Main website (this site)===
 
The contents of the information website were developed and written by a number of volunteer editors and assistants.  While we can't mention all of them, there are a few who have put deserve mention for the amount of time that they have put into the site:
 
 
 
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*Jeremy Bergen - senior editor 
 
*Rod Bergen - webmaster and technical support
 
*Shelley Eijbersen - Technical support and skin development.  <ref name="Bibleway"/>
 
*Lynne Barrios - Responsible for healing line quote project, training <ref name="Bibleway"/>
 
*Jordan Peterson - Editing, training and general assistance <ref name="Tucson"> [http://www.tucsontabernacle.com/ Tucson Tabernacle]</ref>
 
*Robert Wilson - Mediawiki extensions for Bible references, and embedded audio and video. <ref name="Living"> [http://www.livingwordbroadcast.org/ Living Word Broadcast]</ref>
 
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The BelieveTheSign website utilizes MediaWiki, an open source wiki that can be downloaded at [http://www.mediawiki.org www.mediawiki.org].  The site skin is based on the Gumax skin which can be downloaded at [http://paulgu.com www.paulgu.com]  
 
The BelieveTheSign website utilizes MediaWiki, an open source wiki that can be downloaded at [http://www.mediawiki.org www.mediawiki.org].  The site skin is based on the Gumax skin which can be downloaded at [http://paulgu.com www.paulgu.com]  
  
 
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===Logo===
 
Believethesign.org and Believethesign.com utilize a distinctive logo that includes [[the Pillar of Fire]] and the [[Prophecy of the Cloud|Cloud]].  This logo was jointly developed by: David Adimora, Ken Andes, Jeremy Bergen, and James Rozak
 
 
 
As the logo includes the photo of [[The Pillar of Fire]] and [[The Cloud]], certain precautions should be taken to ensure it is not vandalized or missused.  This logo is well suited for use on the internet and video, as these formats are not easily vandalized.  If the logo is to be used for any other purposes (i.e. billboards, business-style cards, shirts, etc...) care should be taken that these are not placed in an area that can be vandalized, or misused.  Please visit [http://www.believethesign.org www.believethesign.org] to download a copy of the logo or a business-card file.
 
 
 
 
 
===BelieveTheSign.org===
 
The resource website at [http://www.believthesign.org BelieveTheSign.org] provides resource material for letting people know about the BelieveTheSign website.  It was developed by Joe Barone and Rod Bergen.
 
 
 
 
 
===Picture of the earth===
 
 
This file is in the public domain because it was created by NASA. [http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/policies.html#Guidelines NASA copyright policy] states that "NASA material is not protected by copyright unless noted".
 
This file is in the public domain because it was created by NASA. [http://www.jsc.nasa.gov/policies.html#Guidelines NASA copyright policy] states that "NASA material is not protected by copyright unless noted".
  
 
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===Financial support===
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We greatly appreciate the financial support of [http://www.men-of-vision.org Men of Vision], who contributed funding towards the development of this website.
 
 
 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 19:41, 18 May 2017

Introductory Website

James Rozak (www.jamesrozak.com) was responsible for graphic design and Flash programming of our introductory website. This website was pulled for the reasons outlined in our Humble Pie article. James Rozak is now the creator of morningmercy.com.

Main Website

The contents of the information website were developed and written by a number of volunteer editors and assistants. Most asked that we remove their names after we published our Humble Pie article. The site was primarily written by Jeremy Bergen, along with a number of other editors.

The BelieveTheSign website utilizes MediaWiki, an open source wiki that can be downloaded at www.mediawiki.org. The site skin is based on the Gumax skin which can be downloaded at www.paulgu.com

Picture of the earth

This file is in the public domain because it was created by NASA. NASA copyright policy states that "NASA material is not protected by copyright unless noted".

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