Being an online Christian

It’s all about revealing who you are in Him to those watching by your every move, where you go, what you do online is always being monitored by various people, and sticking to the guns He gave you is vitally important. There is NO doubt of who I am and Whom I belong to if you visit any site I’m on, game I played, etc. etc. If you know Him, you see Him in me. This doesn’t mean I never make mis-steps, of course. I do daily, but they are the exception and not the rule. That’s how it should be, that’s what being a witness to the reality of Christ is about. Stand firm in the profession of your faith, church!

This is the sort of thing my own site will hold, freshly minted, once I get past seeing what is out there so I don’t end up recreating the wheel, lol.

TN Smart Girl


On the 40th anniversary of Roe V Wade in 2013, I tweeted out a reply to a post about the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. I was asked the question “what is your story” regarding my passion for prolife ministry to women (and men) who are suffering as a result of a past abortion. It’s a long story, but I cannot think of a more appropriate day to share it. Again.

This is what started the conversation: ‘Celebrate choice on Twitter today. Use #Tweet4Choice to tell your story of why you’re #prochoice. We’ll be RTing your stories all day’. It was posted by NARAL Pro-Choice America, formerly the National Association for the Repeal of Abortion Laws, then National Abortion Rights Action League, and later National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League, an organization that engages in political action to oppose restrictions on abortion and expand access…

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