Although we are blessed with new members constantly coming across and joining our (as yet new and unadvertised) forum, a few old members have left as well, at least for now. Examples that can be given include Jeff F and The Hackney Hub, although the latter had more than returned since then. The main reason offered by those leaving is the somewhat chaotic and disunited (to put it mildly) state of the forum at present, and allowance can be made for the fact that the Terms of Service hasn't yet been published. But the underlying reason inevitably has to do with doctrinal divisions, irreconcilable differences, and lack of a common identity that abounds at present. And while it would be nice if it were just our aberrant, local problem, we all know that it is currently endemic to the Anglican Church as a whole and that Anglicans are struggling with it all around the world, whether we witness them doing so here or not. Indeed the dynamic of new members coming in and old members leaving in a revolving door may reflect the actual dynamics going on in the outside world. While we cannot address the church as a whole, the #1 reason for having this site launched was to put ourselves in the service of the church. And thus while we cannot fix the larger issue taking place externally, we can and indeed should fix it on our forum. The floor is open, therefore, to your views on how the situation can be fixed, ought to be fixed, or has been fixed in the past. We solicit everyone to please contribute your ideas, thoughts, and suggestions.