Email Guidelines:

Below are the guidelines you need to give to anyone and everyone who will be communicating with you. Please be very careful in what you write about your activities, or what you say over the telephone. Do not be too specific about numbers. Do not use real foreign names. Do not write about material support issues. Doing any of these can lead to problems, so you also need to read these guidelines and follow them.

We suggest that you get a new email address that you will use while serving in a new land, and only give it to people who have the guidelines below. Also, if while you are there you receive an inappropriate email from someone, you can send them the guidelines. May the Father bless all your efforts!

"I am sending you out as sheep among wolves. Therefore be as shrewd as snakes and as innocent as doves."
Matthew 10:16


There are many inappropriate words and subjects that should NEVER be used in communication with me while I am in my foreign country. This includes letters, faxes, phone calls and, perhaps even more importantly, e-mail. Below are correspondence guidelines for communicating with me. They need to be followed carefully. If not, it can cause problems for me, for my new friends, and for other messengers, teachers, servants. Please read the following carefully.