Instead, be filled with the Spirit, 19 speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Ephesians 5: 18-19
While I want to encourage and enable deep conversations on Trailing After God, I do have a few ground rules that I expect everyone to adhere to because this site is about encouraging. Disagreements often turn heated quickly and can be very hurtful.
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1. You may comment by leaving a name and an email address.
2. All comments are held for moderation. Comments will not be approved for the following reasons – but not limited to: rude, snarky, vulgar, harassing, hateful, discouraging, abusive, libelous, profane, pornographic, false, misleading, advertisements, violates any law, or is otherwise inappropriate. Commenters who participate in these types of comments will be blocked from leaving further comments. If you hate what you read here, it’s okay to click the little X and move on to a site that better fits your perspective.
3. I retain the right to remove any content I deem inappropriate. You are welcome to disagree with me politely but this is my blog and I am under no obligation to print your comments. The First Amendment allows you to share your thoughts on your own blog, not mine.
4. You may post anonymously. Use a fake email address if you want – keep in mind you will still have the same IP address so you may be able to hide from the public but I can still see who you are.
I enjoy having intelligent conversations with kind and respectful people. The number one goal for this site is to encourage women who are or have suffered from abuse, depression, childhood hurts, and many other topics. If you are looking for a debate there are plenty of other sites willing to accommodate, this is not one of those sites. There is enough abuse in the world, including the Christian world, there’s really no need to perpetuate that here.