the RSS Feeds
RSS feeds provide a way for you to keep updated automatically on
websites you are interested in. Instead of you having to visit a
website to see if they've written a new article or feature, you
can use RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds to get them to tell
you every time they have something new. Anytime publications or
sermons on our site are added or changed, the RSSReader will automatically
show you those changes.
is a software program similar to a web browser that lets you read
the headlines from many sites at one time. You simply plug in the
web address (URL) of the RSS file you want.. The readers come in
a variety of styles, including many free ones. RSS readers have
slightly different procedures for adding feeds, but typically simply
copy the URL and add it to your aggregator.
1. Place the
mouse arrow on the
For a podcast
place the mouse arrow on the
2. Click the
right mouse button. -or- Click on the graphic.
3. Choose "Copy
Shortcut" or "Copy Link Location" (URL). -or-
Copy the URL.
4. Start your
RSS Reader and go to add(+) channel/feed and then paste (click right
mouse button) the url and press "ok". Fill out any additional
information, if necessary, then press "ok".
There are a
variety of RSS readers available on the web.
RSS feeds available