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The Sunday Morning Special! “Anonymous Christianity: Using Your Real Name On The Internet”


Is it acceptable for Christians to use anonymous profiles when interacting on the internet?

Does God approve when we do not associate our real names with what we confess about Jesus online? What examples can we see of this kind of behavior in the Bible? According to Jesus, are the potential dangers of the internet an acceptable excuse for this kind of hiding? And what are the consequences for us if we disregard Jesus’ instructions in this matter?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out why God wants you to use your real name on the internet.

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The Sunday Morning Special! Anonymous Christianity: Using Your Real Name On The Internet


Is it acceptable for Christians to use anonymous profiles when interacting on the internet?

Does God approve when we do not associate our real names with what we confess about Jesus online? What examples can we see of this kind of behavior in the Bible? According to Jesus, are the potential dangers of the internet an acceptable excuse for this kind of hiding? And what are the consequences for us if we disregard Jesus’ instructions in this matter?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out why God wants you to use your real name on the internet.

This is session 1 of 6 in a series.

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Hair Dye & Jewelry & Make-Up… Oh, My!


Does the Bible forbid the use of hair dye, make-up, or jewelry by people in the Body of Christ? What does the use of such adornments say about a person’s character? What is the danger of speaking out against people — especially women — who don’t dress the way you believe they should? And what is God’s personal feeling about jewelry/outward finery?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out how a study of such supposedly “women’s issues” — for both men and women in the Body of Christ — exposes God’s heart towards His people…as well as your own.

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