The Alliance Alert Daily Digest is a daily curated newsletter. We'll provide commentary on the biggest news stories, delivered right to your inbox every morning.
Perhaps you didn't receive the older version of the Alliance Alert. Here's what you were missing out on:
That design served us well. We offered up a lot of content in a compact way. It had its downsides, of course: the “link farm” style of e-mail (essentially, a long list of hyperlinks to online content all over the Web) didn’t allow us much room for nuance or commentary. What we gained in volume, we gave up in voice—prioritizing sharing over analyzing and contextualizing the news. Having said that, we don’t want you to miss out on that curated content, even as we shift towards offering commentary in the daily e-mail.
And so we launched Phase One of the new Alliance Alert: the Daily Digest. When we launch Phase Two—the introduction of our brand new Alliance Alert website—you’ll get to see the full picture, which will include the mass content long-time readers are used to and the commentary and framing you’ll be introduced to through the daily e-mail.
The Alliance Alert Daily Digest will not be a “link farm.” Instead, we’ll walk you through the news with a variety of media—primarily the written word, as we provide commentary and news links throughout the body of the text, but we’ll also offer a multi-media experience with a podcast, other audio products, video content, and more. In Phase Two, we’ll provide you with online access to a list of important news content links similar to what long-time Alert subscribers remember—only better.
The Alliance Alert is growing, and we intend to provide everything you need to read and understand the biggest news of the day related to religious liberty, sanctity of life, and marriage and the family.
In addition to the daily digest, we'll be posting weekly right here on this blog. We'll round up the top news stories of the previous week. If you like what you see, you can always sign up to receive the daily digest in your inbox. Just click here to sign up.
Earlier this week, Senator Lindsay Graham introduced Senate Resolution 407, legislation that celebrates religious schools and their contributions to our country by designating the first week of October as “Religious Education Week.”
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