You can read all about it at the front page of their site.
I received this note from Robin Parrish, the site's owner and editor, this evening:
INFUZEmag.com, the website I created four years ago, has been popular
from the beginning, but we've always struggled to find a corporate
owner who "gets" what we're doing and really believes in it. The
current owner has decided to back out, effective immediately, and that
leaves the site without a home and me without monthly income. This is
a particularly bad time for me to be without regular income, because
just a few weeks ago, my wife Karen and I welcomed our first child
into the world.
With a library of more than 8,000 existing articles and stories, and
several dozen new ones going up every week, INFUZE is a major resource
to Christians and non-believers alike. But it's more than a website:
it's a movement with a truly unique voice that has something worth
saying. It's a content portal for all things modern art &
entertainment, poised at the crossroads of emerging church ideas like
"roaring lambs" and story-centric living (aka, "life is a story").
Know anyone who could be interested in purchasing the site? I'm
available to talk more, either by email or phone anytime.
Many thanks for anything you can do, and please keep us and our little
one in your prayers,
Anybody have any thoughts about what they might do?