Posted by: Rolf | July 10, 2018

Simply Amazing!

Phil Mickelson breaks rules again, this time at Greenbrier.

For a guy who claims he knows the rules of golf inside out and bends them whenever it is to his advantage Phil Mickelson broke the rules again.

Mickelson tamped down fescue grass with his foot in front of the seventh tee Sunday at A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier in West Virginia. He then called a two-stroke penalty on himself for improving his line of play.

All I can say is Phil is a “fraud and perennial cheater and rule bender.”

He does not deserve to represent America at the 42nd Ryder Cup Matches which will be held in France September 28–30, 2018 at the Albatros Course of Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, a suburb southwest of Paris.

See you at the first tee…

Phil Mickelson incurs another weird, dumb penalty
Cheatin’ Phil Mickelson Becomes Self-Reporting Phil Mickelson After Stomping On A Tuft Of Grass

Posted by: Rolf | June 17, 2018

Mickelson’s actions were simply cheating

Let me first say that I have always felt Phil Mickelson to be a perennial “cheater, gambler and insider trader.”

He has always shown himself to be a true “rule bender” of the game of golf. After seeing what he did on Saturday, June 16, 2018 at the U.S. Open I have lost all respect for him.

His explanation for why he did what he did was ridiculous. He admitted he wanted to prevent his ball from running off of the green. So he ran after it and hit it back to the hole while it was still moving.

The game of golf has always been about integrity and the spirit of the game. His actions were a complete “disgrace” to the game of golf. There is no other way to look at what he did other than to just say it: “He cheated.”

He did not want to take his lumps on an extremely difficult golf course and decided he would make up the rules to best suit himself. He said he knew what he was doing. I guess that means he knew he was cheating but didn’t care — because he is lovable Phil and everyone will just overlook it.

There is a huge difference between using the rules to your advantage and taking advantage of the rules. The USGA officials were also spineless in not taking the correct action that was required, most likely again due to his popularity.

He should have been disqualified on the spot for disrespecting the game. Could you even imagine Arnold, Jack, Gary or Lee ever thinking about doing this? No, never. How he wasn’t disqualified is anyone’s guess.

The fact that he was not even sorry for his actions and defiant makes it even worse. In my book, Phil will now always be known “simply as a cheater.”

Mickelson should have been disqualified. When you distill his actions and his explanation down to their essence, this is what you get: “He knowingly violated the rules to save himself from a much higher score. If you don’t kick a guy out of the tournament for that, when do you do it?”

See you at the first tee…

Posted by: Rolf | January 1, 2018

New Year Prayer

A Prayer to Keep God First This New Year
By Debbie McDaniel

“Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come.” 2 Cor. 5:17

Dear God,

Thank you that you make all things new. Thank you for all that you’ve allowed into our lives this past year, the good along with the hard things, which have reminded us how much we need you and rely on your presence filling us every single day.

We pray for your Spirit to lead us each step of this New Year. We ask that you will guide our decisions and turn our hearts to deeply desire you above all else. We ask that you will open doors needing to be opened and close the ones needing to be shut tight. We ask that you would help us release our grip on the things to which you’ve said “no,” “not yet,” or “wait.” We ask for help to pursue you first, above every dream and desire you’ve put within our hearts.

We ask for your wisdom, for your strength and power to be constantly present within us. We pray you would make us strong and courageous for the road ahead. Give us ability beyond what we feel able, let your gifts flow freely through us, so that you would be honored by our lives, and others would be drawn to you.

We pray that you’d keep us far from the snares and traps of temptations. That you would whisper in our ear when we need to run, and whisper in our heart when we need to stand our ground.

We pray for your protection over our families and friends. We ask for your hand to cover us and keep us distanced from the evil intent of the enemy; that you would be a barrier to surround us, that we’d be safe in your hands. We pray that you would give us discernment and insight beyond our years, to understand your will, hear your voice, and know your ways.

We ask that you would keep our footsteps firm, on solid ground, helping us to be consistent and faithful. Give us supernatural endurance to stay the course, not swerving to the right or to the left, or being too easily distracted by other things that would seek to call us away from a close walk with you.

Forgive us for the times we have worked so hard to be self-sufficient, forgetting our need for you, living independent of your spirit. Forgive us for letting fear and worry control our minds, and for allowing pride and selfishness wreak havoc over our lives. Forgive us for not following your ways and for living distant from your presence.

We confess our need for you…fresh…new…again. We ask that you make all things new, in our hearts, in our minds, in our lives, for this coming year. We pray for your refreshing over us.

Keep your words of truth planted firm within us, help us to keep focused on what is pure and right, give us the power to be obedient to your word. And when the enemy reminds us where we have been, hissing his lies and attacks our way, we trust that your voice speaks louder and stronger, as you remind us we are safe with you and your purposes and plans will not fail. We ask that you will be our defense and rear guard, keeping our way clear, removing the obstacles, and covering the pitfalls. Lord, lead us on your level ground.

We ask that you would provide for our needs, we ask for your grace and favor. We pray for your blessings to cover us, we pray that you would help us to prosper and make every plan that you have birthed in our heart to succeed. We pray that others would take notice of your goodness and could not help but to say, “These are the ones that the Lord has blessed.”

Help us to be known as great givers, help us to be generous and kind, help us to look to the needs of others and not be consumed by only our own. May we be lovers of truth, may the fruits of your spirit be evident in our lives – your love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control.

Shine your light in us, through us, over us. May we make a difference in this world, for your glory and purposes. Set you way before us. May all your plans succeed. We may reflect your peace and hope to a world that so desperately needs your presence and healing.

To you be glory and honor, in this New Year, and forever.

In Jesus’ name,

In His Grip and Serving Grace…

Posted by: Rolf | December 24, 2017

Christmas Choices

You don’t have to celebrate Christmas. There is no command in the Bible to remember the time of Christ’s birth—not even a hint of it—nor is there any illustration of that happening in New Testament days.

As far as we can tell, the Apostles never had a Christmas meal together, or a special worship meeting on that day.

Yet, many churches will focus a significant part of their yearly calendar on emphasizing Christmas. Some will do so both before and after the holiday itself, dedicating weeks to it. And many people will think that Christmas is, of all times of the year, one of the most holy days in the life of believers.

A good number who profess faith in Christ will think that attending special Christmas meetings, along with the Easter service, is required of God above almost all other obligations in the church year.

Some of these become what is often called, “Christmas and Easter Christians,“ believing they have satisfied God at least on a rudimentary level because they attend to these special days. But neither Christmas nor Easter is a required celebration by God.

It might surprise you to hear me say that a pastor could preach a sermon on the resurrection of Christ at the annual Christmas Service, and likewise, a message on the birth of Christ at the yearly Easter meeting, and God would not be unhappy in the least.

For one thing, we likely don’t have the date of Christ’s birth on the right day. Many calculate his birth to be more in the September-October time frame, perhaps closer to the very end of September. Some project another date. Almost certainly, it wasn’t a time when snow was on the ground, as is depicted in so many nativity Christmas cards.

The most important question is not whether or not you have to celebrate Christmas, but may you do so. I say “yes.” In fact, we do ourselves. We don’t get upset with people who do not celebrate it for the obvious reasons.

Nor are we worried when people get too commercial in their Christmas gift giving. Greed is wrong any time, but if a person is not greedy, then giving and exchanging gifts is not sinful. In fact, it may do much good in healing broken relationships.

If we wish to think about the birth of Christ during the December season, as long as we don’t make it obligatory for everyone, or take people’s enjoyment away by acting spiritually superior, then that’s our business. God loves to be worshiped for His great acts, and the birth of Christ is among the few most important things God did for mankind. Worship him as you will and when you will. In fact, worship him in your actions and heart all the time.

What if you choose to exchange gifts with each other and do not say anything about Christ on Christmas Day. Have you sinned? No.

What if you wish to think about Jesus’ birth two days after the December 25th date? Are you out of sync with God? Not at all.

The choice is yours as to what you will or will not do this Christmas.

But in all things you do, live as a believer should. Be grateful, kind, interested in others more than yourself, serving, generous, forgiving, and always mindful of what God through Christ has done for sinful people like you. In this way you please God most.


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O Come, Let Us Ignore Him
A Clash of Kings

In His Grip and Serving Grace…

Posted by: Rolf | September 12, 2017

About Amazon Smile

“Amazon Smile” is a simple and automatic way for you to support your favorite charitable organization “God & Golf Tee-ology” every time you shop, at no cost to you.

When you shop at you’ll find the exact same low prices, vast selection and convenient shopping experience as at, with the added bonus that Amazon will donate a portion of the purchase price to your favorite charitable organization. You can choose from nearly one million organizations to support.

How do I shop at Amazon Smile?

To shop at “Amazon Smile” simply go to from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at “Amazon Smile.”

Which products on “Amazon Smile” are eligible for charitable donations?  

Tens of millions of products on “Amazon Smile” are eligible for donations. You will see eligible products marked “Eligible for Amazon Smile Donation” on their product detail pages. Recurring Subscribe-and-Save purchases and subscription renewals are not currently eligible.

Can I use my existing account on “Amazon Smile”?

Yes, you use the same account on and “Amazon Smile.” Your shopping cart, Wish List, wedding or baby registry, and other account settings are also the same.

How do I select a charitable organization to support when shopping on “Amazon Smile”?

On your first visit to “Amazon Smile” (, you need to select your charitable organization “International Ambassadors for Christ” to receive donations from eligible purchases before you begin shopping.

How to Set it up:

  1. Go to from your web browser.
  2. In the Bottom Right corner, search for “International Ambassadors for Christ”
  3. Click “select”
  4. You’re finished! Now it’s time to Shop!.

Amazon Smile will remember your selection, and then every eligible purchase you make at will result in a donation.

Can I change my charity?

Yes, you can change your charity any time. Your “Amazon Smile” purchases after the change count towards your newly selected charity. To change your charity, sign in to on your desktop or mobile phone browser and simply select “Change your Charity” in “Your Account.”

What charities can I choose from?

You can choose from almost one million eligible 501(c)(3) public charitable organizations. 

What if my selected charity has been removed to participate in the “Amazon Smile” program or becomes ineligible?  

If your selected charity becomes ineligible, or requests to be removed from the program, you will have a chance to select a different charity to receive the accrued donations that have not yet been disbursed to your charity. If you do not select a different charity, the accrued donations will be distributed to other organizations receiving donations.

How much of my purchase does Amazon donate?

The “Amazon Smile Foundation” will donate 0.5% of the purchase price from your eligible “Amazon Smile” purchases. The purchase price is the amount paid for the item minus any rebates and excluding shipping & handling, gift-wrapping fees, taxes, or service charges. From time to time, we may offer special, limited time promotions that increase the donation amount on one or more products or services or provide for additional donations to charitable organizations. Special terms and restrictions may apply. Please see the relevant promotion for complete details.

Can I receive a tax deduction for amounts donated from my purchases on “Amazon Smile”?

Donations are made by the “Amazon Smile Foundation” and are not tax deductible by you.

Your charitable contributions to “International Ambassadors for Christ”  however are income tax deductible and are made with the understanding that “IAfC” has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds.  No goods or services were provided by the ministry for these contributions.  We will receipt annually all gift donations.  If we offer books, tapes, or other materials for a suggested donation, we will receipt the amount given above the retail price of the product, plus shipping and handling costs.

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has determined that “International Ambassadors for Christ” is tax exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) as a publicly supported nonprofit mission organization incorporated in the State of Illinois.

Thank you…for your support of “International Ambassadors for Christ”. Through your investment, prayers and partnership you are helping to reach men and women in leadership positions here in Chicago and in China with the Good News of Jesus Christ.  It is an honor and a privilege to work in a ripe and ready harvest with you.

“I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields!  They are ripe for harvest.” John 4:35

See you at the first tee…

Posted by: Rolf | July 4, 2017

Trump Golf Rules

Donald “Donnie” Trump plays by his “own rules” when he plays golf and they are “fantastic.”

Introducing Donnie showing his “partners” the way to get the “job” done.

He hits a nice “tee shot” at Hole Number 1 at the “2012 AT&T National Pro-Am” tournament.


And President Trump driving “whenever “and “wherever” and “however” he wants on his own golf is “classic” alpha “male” dominance.


Once the video went “viral” on the Internet, stories began to “flood” in about Donnie’s golf “antics.”

I’m “obsessed” with Donnie establishing his “own” rules. Let’s “break” them down.

  1. Trump drives wherever he wants.

I mean, yeah, “duh.” Imagine when Trump “rolls” up and sees those cart “arrow signs” pointing away from the green?

No worries. Donnie just “laughs” at those signs.

He probably plays a little “side wagers” to sees how many greens he can “run over” during a round.

I’m sure he takes carts into “bunkers,” steps out, “flips” his ball on the green, “hops” back in and drives on the “green” to make his putt.

Why “wouldn’t he?”

  1. Trump plays through anyone who’s in front of him.

I’ve never heard of a “savage” move like this but I’m “obsessed” with it. Genius.

Never “dawned” on me to just play “through,” without warning everyone in “front” of you.

Play at your “own pace.” No one else “matters.”

Going to have to “adopt” this rule. It’s a no “brainer.”

  1. Trump has the honor on every rule no matter what.

The first one, driving “wherever” you want? Asserting “dominance” on the course. You “own” that property.

“Macho move.”

The second one, playing through “anyone and everyone” that happens to be in front of you?

Asserting “dominance” against all other “people” on the course.

And this last one, hitting “first” on every tee? No “matter” what?

That’s asserting “dominance” against your playing “partners.”

Oh, you made “birdie” against my “bogey?” Get out of the way. “I’m up.”


“#PowerMovesOnly” from President Trump. He never “fails.” He doesn’t make “bogey.”


See you at the first tee…

Posted by: Rolf | June 27, 2017

Immortalized in Mural

Tiger is not “escaping” his recent DUI “mug shot” any time soon.

At “least” not if mural artist “Lushsux” has any say in the matter.

Sorry Tiger, but this one’s “pretty darn good.”

What beautiful “piece of art” that is. Tiger might not be “happy” about that but he “should” be and I’ll “tell” you why.

You know the “old” Reggie Jackson quote, “Fans don’t boo nobodies?”

Well they sure don’t make “giant” murals of “nobodies” either. That’s not a thing.

You never “ever” see a “mural” and ask yourself “Who is that?”

You always know “exactly” who it is. You gotta be “somebody” for someone to buy a bunch of “paint” and then spend hours upon hours “painting” your face on the side of a building.


So Tiger can take “solace” in that fact. I mean, would Tiger likely “prefer” his celebration after making a “putt” be replicated in “mural” form?

Of course.

But when you’re a “legend” like Tiger sometime you can’t “control” the type mural you get.

Again, they don’t make murals of “nobodies.”


Who knows, maybe the “GOAT” will want one for his “personal” collection.  Right next to the “fist pumps.”

See you on the first tee…

Posted by: Rolf | June 18, 2017

Father’s Day 2017

Open Letter to all Men

There is a crisis of manhood in the Christian church.  It has become so obvious to me lately. Five couples I know are having marital problems. In each case, it is the husband that is at fault.  It is no wonder though with the assault on manhood in American Society. All you have to do is watch TV for a little while and you will notice domineering women and wimpy men who are insecure and inept. The characterization of manhood by the media is definitely unbiblical and anti-Christian. In fact, it is creeping into the church and the existence of women pastors is one of the signs of the failure of men in the Christian church to do their job.

There simply aren’t enough Pastors who teach the biblical model of Christian manhood. And Christian men too often are resting in the comfort of their churches, their homes, and their jobs to grow spiritually, not to mention be leaders. Too many are becoming lax, apathetic, and spiritually atrophied. For some men, their lives are so comfortable, so routine that spiritual testing and growth are things they read about in books and taking risks for the Lord is an uncommon idea. Mission work is something that “others” do. Evangelism is for those who are “gifted in that area.” Comfort can be a killer for the church and for us men. It can make us lazy and it can bleed over into other areas of our lives. Let me ask you men something: “Are you willing to take risks for God?  Is it in your heart to do that?”

At the “Church at the top of the Hill”, the parking lot is filled with new cars and mini vans. The people happily walk into church. Some are talking on their cell phones as they move towards the large building. Others approach are chuckling and laughing. They are well dressed, well fed, and quite comfortable. They drop their kids off in the Sunday School classes and head to the air conditioned church and sit in the cushioned chairs. The worship music is very well done and the message is polished. Very nice. Very comfortable. Very routine. Very blessed. But, this time the pastor has an announcement before the people are dismissed and he introduces an old friend he went to Bible college with.

A man dressed in out-of-style clothes walks up to the pulpit.  He looks at the congregation. “Ladies and gentlemen,” he says.

“I come from a small town in China where I do mission work. The population is about 5,000. The people there are under educated and often don’t have enough food to eat. AIDS is also prevalent. The weather is hot and we don’t have electricity all the time. But, the people are good and they want to know about Jesus. There are cults trying to move into the town and are offering food and literature. Many are taking it and being misled. But, I am only one man and I can’t stop it.

“I am here to ask for help. Is there anyone who would join me in this small town to labor to bring the gospel to these people? You can come for a week or two. Or if not, is there anyone here who would care to donate money to fund the work of another missionary to this small town? I need your help desperately. I cannot do it alone. I will be standing at the back of the church if anyone wants to talk to me. God bless.”

If you were sitting in the church listening, what would your reaction be? Are you threatened by the idea of such a commitment to go or to help. Would donating funds mean you couldn’t get something you’ve been wanting and that would make you uncomfortable? If so, perhaps you are becoming spiritual dry, spiritually atrophied, and your priorities are out of place. But, then again, would you want to do something if you could? Would you feel the pull of godly opportunity tug at your heart?  I hope so. Either way, this small story can help you discover yourself and it can get you to see that change might be necessary. Change down deep is where it begins. Sometimes we men need it straight. Sometimes we need to be told to get our eyes back on Jesus.

The illustration above is a round-about way to offer a challenge to see where you are and what your priorities are as men. So, I have a question for you Christian men who are married. Let’s bring it home to reality. Are you leading your family in regular devotions? Now, I’m not talking about having a devotion every single night with a regimented routine of systematic theology. I’m talking about regular prayer with your family, maybe at dinner time, or reading the Bible with them, and guiding them. They are your primary mission field. Are you doing that with them? If you are, great! But, if you aren’t, then repent right now, confess your sin to the Lord, and start leading your family. I don’t care if it isn’t comfortable. Do it. You can’t be leaders in the church and workers for God if your family is left to spiritually fend for themselves.

The dinner table is a great place to have devotions. Also, I recommend that when you and your wife retire for the evening, read a Psalm to her in bed. You must lead.  You certainly don’t have to be perfect. But, you must realize that the man in the family is the head of the family and he is responsible for the spiritual welfare of the family. Your wife is not responsible for this. You are!  It is your responsibility. You are the captain of the ship and God will hold you accountable for that ship. Guide it with love, truth, and service.

Now if your wife is not Christian and regular devotions are not possible, then pray for her, love her, be patient with her, and lift her up to the Lord. Let her see Jesus in you, in your humility, love, and patience. Wash dishes for her. Take her out to dinner.  Don’t point out her faults. Buy her flowers. Love her with actions and words! Read 1 Corinthians 13 and apply it.

I have a question for you Christian men who are not married. Are you seeking to be shaped by God to become men who honor God in your lives? The Lord desires that you become godly men who honor and glorify God in your lives. You see, the primary reason for marriage is not for your pleasure, not for companionship, and not to have children. The primary reason for marriage is to bring glory to God and you cannot do this if you are harboring sin and selfishness.

Men, if you have sins of lust, sexual impurity, pornography, lying, lying, laziness, etc., then confess them to the Lord. Turn from them. Do NOT become lazy about sin and your battle against it. Do NOT become complacent. Do NOT give in to the lust and pride. Humble yourselves before God and man. Commit in your heart to do what is right, to be honest, men of integrity, humble, truthful, faithful, kind, and gentle. Yet, at the same time, be men who are strong in the Lord, bold in the faith, and ready to serve your families and friends. It isn’t always easy, but it is always right.

“But we ought always to thank God for you, brothers loved by the Lord, because from the beginning God chose you to be saved through the sanctifying work of the Spirit and through belief in the truth. He called you to this through our gospel, that you might share in the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ. So then, brothers, stand firm and hold to the teachings we passed on to you, whether by word of mouth or by letter.”  2 Thessalonians 2:13-15 NIV

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Posted by: Rolf | June 15, 2017

Future of Tiger Woods

It’s often said and there are “variations” on the theme of saying “Once you hit rock bottom” that’s where you “perfectly” stand; that’s your chance of “restarting” the right way.

Others recognize that “humiliation” is a component of being at “rock bottom.”

Alcoholics Anonymous and other similar organizations incorporate the “recognition” of a need to “hit and acknowledge” rock bottom as being a very real “component or prerequisite” for many who decide to “turn their lives around.”

Whatever is “going on” in Tiger Woods’ life, despite his “wealth,” he certainly appears to be “standing” at rock bottom.


He could easily, judging from the level of impairment evidenced in the video, be sitting in a jail cell right now on manslaughter charges, his reputation ruined, perhaps dead himself or crippled and never able to return to golf. 

He needs to “recognize” the second, third or whatever number of “chance this is for him, and have a “serious” talk with himself about ending the “destructive” behavior.

Woods has a lot of “experience” with prescription pain “medications” so he knows what they’re “capable” of doing. He made a “mistake” getting behind the wheel but also in “taking” the pills.

The impaired “judgment” permeates many facets of life and makes itself “evident” in various degrees.

This “overdose,” however it took place, is likely not a “mistake” that he even recalls making but the “consequences” are real.

The need to “face” his own need for drastic “change” is real.

He’s been to “rehab” before, which was likely treated as a “crutch” to get him back out into the same “behaviors” as before, just something he had to do to “appease” the public.

This time around he needs to be “sincere” and to take “action” for himself and his children.

It’s a “tough” thing to do, with his judgment being “impaired” and getting beyond the “acute” situation and the “denial” that usually accompanies such downfalls.

But Woods doesn’t have a “choice.” He needs to make this “incident” the rock bottom that he stands on to “turn” his life around.

He’s a “rich” man but he’s lacking something that “money” can’t buy. Right now he’s probably very “embarrassed” which is a good thing. He needs to “channel” that embarrassment into a “meaningful” change.

Here’s the breathalyzer video. “Keep blowing keep blowing keep blowing keep blowing.”


Tiger when asked his hair color: “Mostly brown and fading.” What a GOAT.

The “intervention” by these police officers“prevented” him from making a “serious and life altering” mistake that would have “impacted” himself and others. He can’t “count” on the same favorable “outcome” happening again.

Twelve step “programs” work and there are other “options.” Doing nothing and “continuing” down the road to “disaster” can’t be one of them.

It’s not a matter of “judging” him; it’s just the “reality of where he is and what he must do.”

“I haven’t felt this good in years. As for returning to competitive golf, the long-term prognosis is positive. My surgeon and physiotherapist say the operation was successful. It’s just a matter of not screwing up and letting it fuse. I’m walking and doing my exercises, and taking my kids to and from school. All I can do is take it day by day. There’s no hurry. But, I want to say unequivocally, I want to play professional golf again.” Future Senior Golfer Tiger Woods.

John Daly voiced his “support” for Tiger Woods saying the best way to “hush” critics after his DUI arrest is “to get back on the golf course.”

In a brief interview with TMZ Sports, Daly expressed “sympathy” for his old golfing pal.

“Tiger probably didn’t think he was feeling that bad. I feel bad for the guy. He’s gone through all these surgeries. I’m not saying because he’s an athlete he should get away with it.”


Daly’s “sage advice” to the beleaguered Woods?  “Get back on the golf course, man. This stuff will pass. It always does.”

Daly knows what it “feels” like to be in Woods’s position. His own “unflattering” mug shot was released to the “public” in 2008 after police found the golfer “passed out” at a Hooters restaurant and took him into “protective” custody.

Tiger Woods’ outlook on future will dictate his happiness in present

See you at the first tee…

Posted by: Rolf | August 30, 2016

Covenant Eyes

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Do you need some “Internet Accountability?”

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Parents, see where your kids “go” online. Adults, reduce Internet “temptations” and protect the “relationships” you value most.

Remove Secrecy. Reduce Online Temptations.

Sign up with an “accountability” partner and have a list of all “visited web pages” e-mailed to your partner.

Better than any “web” filter and will “improve” your walk with Jesus Christ.

Learn more about Internet Accountability.

In His Grip and Serving Grace…

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