The original website for EdwardFudge.com was built with love and care by son Jeremy Fudge, and it has served long and well. Despite 15 years of my considerable tinkering, it still retains much of its original beauty and charm. But fashions change, as do methods and software, and the time came for a major update.
The new website is beautiful, simple, and intuitive. There are tips along the way, drop-downs, search-engines, and the latest tools. The website is new, easy to use and full of interesting and helpful resources. What’s there not to love? Check it out for yourself at the same familiar address — www.EdwardFudge.com — and help us spread the word to others!
We give special thanks to our friends of the Conditional Immortality Association of New Zealand (CIANZ) for underwriting the new website. Thanks to Garry Schache (CIANZ chairperson) for the new banner (artwork at the top of each page). The CIANZ is a nondenominational fellowship of Christians in New Zealand who arranged a ten-day speaking tour for me in that country in August 2000, and hosted by Sara Faye and me for a week-and-a-half ofKiwi hospitality. (Read about that adventure HERE).
Special thanks to Tarnya Burge, who, sponsored by the CIANZ, redesigned the entire website and imported the content into the site. This lady is a genius whose work is truly extraordinary. We thank God for her fantastic skills and supportive heart. Tarnya was married to the late pastor David Burge, past president of CIANZ, and my long-time friend. Read my brief tribute about this amazing man HERE.
Tarnya runs a web design business (Kitchen Table Web Design: www.buildyourwebsite.co.nz), is a deaconess at Takanini Community Church, and is the mother of eight children. She lives in Auckland, New Zealand.