If you tried to log on to Worship Matters in the past 24 hours or so, you may have seen this:
Since you don’t own Worship Matters, you may have thought that you had done something wrong and I suspended your access to my blog. In fact one guy e-mailed me to ask who he needed to contact to get his account reinstated. You may have thought something worse when you read the message underneath it:
If I was a reader of Worship Matters I’d be thinking that someone hasn’t been paying his bills to keep up the blog, so WordPress shut it down. And then I’d think that Kauflin is a slackard when it comes to keeping his accounts up to date..
Fortunately, that’s not what happened. Apparently the company (which shall go unnamed) that used to host this blog has certain standards it uses to determine the amount of resources a blog should use. Mine was over the limit, due to a number of factors, so they switched Worship Matters to a separate server. Unfortunately, they didn’t have the right DNS so the server didn’t know where to find my information. To let me know, they posted the notices above.
To make a long story short, my son-in-law, Kerrin, and our IT guy, Dave Mays, came to the rescue and transfered everything over to a new server and a new company that Sovereign Grace has been using for some time. I think we’ll be okay now.
Sorry about any inconvenience, and I wanted to make sure you didn’t miss the opportunity to receive a free copy of our Savior CD.