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I take your privacy very seriously, and I will keep private all personally identifiable information sent to me via this contact form, including your name, your email address, your IP address, your country of origin, as well as any information you send to me that you state and/or that I deem to be of a personal, private nature. However, relevant and important questions or comments may, at my discretion, be addressed in an upcoming blog article. Please read the “Contact Me” section of my privacy policy for more information.


Please do not send me your private information, such as your telephone numbers or your street address. This is not a wise thing for anyone to do. See: “Survivor Safety and Lessons Learned.”

Any emails that threaten the safety of myself or others will be reported to the proper authorities.


My email is NOT set up to debate back and forth on any given topic. The opinions expressed on this website are my opinions. If you do not agree with my opinions or if they are offensive to you, you are welcome to email me to let me know, if it’s important to you to make sure I know how you feel. However, I still will not engage in debate or argument. My arguments are set forth on my various blogs; there is no need to engage in lengthy debate/arguments via email. It’s a waste of time and energy for both you and I.


I’m not a life coach, a counselor, or any type of mental health professional, so please respect this, and do not try to use me as such. Please read my disclaimers.

If you need help finding a therapist near you, here is a resource where you may be able to find help:

If you do not know where to go in case of an emergency, a list of hotlines to call can be found here:

Here is another resource to search lists of helps that are arranged by the country you live in:

* NOTE: I do not personally endorse the above-linked services, and offer them only as a convenience to you. Take advantage of the resources at your own risks, assessing your own needs as well as the qualifications of the individuals with whom you come into contact.

I am also not a deliverance minister/counselor/coach. If you are looking for deliverance, please read this article before you email me: Before You Email Us: Deliverance is Not a Destination.

And although I know of many people who claim to be deliverance ministers/counselors/coaches, I do not know of anyone who is actually qualified to do so, either from a secular standpoint or from a Biblical viewpoint. So right now, there is no one I am able to recommend as a deliverance minister/counselor/coach. If that ever changes, I will be sure to update my website with that information.

My best advice in regards to deliverance is to become a disciple of the Word of God. This is where your deliverance is found! If there is a church near you that is giving solid Bible teaching, then you are better off than most, so learn from them, but be vigilant in always lining up what they are teaching with what the Word of God actually says. (In other words, don’t blindly follow what someone else says what the Bible says… find out for yourself what God’s Word says!)


I may or may not choose to personally respond to your email. Whether I choose to or not depends on several factors, some of which include:

  • My energy level.
  • Circumstances in my life.
  • The tone of your email. (In other words, you aren’t likely to get a response if you write me a message that is mean or condescending or otherwise nasty.)