In the coming weeks, I will be doing a bit of housekeeping around here. The Birth Control as an Idea Series has been getting extra hits lately, and so I discovered that some of the links are broken. I will be doing a bit of editing and clarification, and, most importantly, fixing those links. This shouldn't effect the main page, but any readers who subscribe to the site feed may find these old posts popping back up.
And speaking of broken links, I think the sidebar has a few as well, so I will be fixing those and making any necessary deletions and additions. By the way, if you are my friend in real life and want to be linked to my "Friends" list, let me know. I never add anyone to that section without permission, for I know that some of my friends keep their blogs extra private.
Lastly, I am working on an in-depth critique of a survey I recently encountered coming out of John Brown University's Center for Relationship Enrichment. The survey is titled "Church Relationships Assessment," and I will warn you in advance that I don't believe this survey to be assessing anything of the sort.
Before I begin the critique, I'd like to hear from readers. The assessment claims to "help you assess your relationship with the Lord, yourself, and others. Most importantly this assessment will help you better understand what difference Christ is making in your life and relationships." I would love some comments referencing Scriptures that explain how a Christian might assess these areas of life. Consider this a bit of research on my part. I am a tired pregnant lady now. I need all the help I can get.