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Welcome to the Blog

I cannot tell you how blessed I am that you have chosen to visit the God Is Not On Your Side blog.  If it is your first time here, I kindly ask that you take a minute to review the principles below that guide the interactions on this page.  

  • This blog was created as a space to continue to explore and process the topics and themes from the God Is Not On Your Side book.  Ultimately, the goal is the same as the book: the edification of those that participate as well as the greater Body of Christ.  
  • This is a safe space for respectful online interaction, and for that reason hateful and demeaning language will not be tolerated. 
  • If you respond to a post, please keep in mind the limitations of online communication.  As intent is difficult to communicate in such a forum, it is sometimes helpful to be more direct regarding your intent in a post so as to avoid misinterpretation.
  • The Bible is considered the ultimate source of Truth, therefore, use of the Bible is encouraged when communicating.    If someone has an opinion or point to share, they are encouraged to find Biblical support for their opinion and include it in their response. 
  • The topics within this blog will vary between social commentary and Christian lifestyle content, with an attempt to equally represent both.
  • “Mic Drops” are not needed.  In online interactions, people can have a tendency to try to “shame” or embarrass another person with a quip or witty statement.  This type of interaction is discouraged here.  If a communication is well said, truth will be evident and will not require such statements.  
  • Please also avoid emotional responses or personal attacks, if you find you have an emotional response to a post, you are encouraged to take some time to process and pray about your response before you write anything on the blog.

“All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work.” 2 Timothy 3:16-17 (NASB)

“So then we pursue the things which make for peace and the building up of one another.” Romans 14:19 (NASB)

 

 

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