One of the very encouraging things about running a website such as TacticalChristianity.org (or our sister site, LivingWithFaith.org) is seeing the web traffic – people coming to the site from all around the world.
Our site receives visits from people as geographically far apart, for example, as the United States and Russia, the United Kingdom and Pakistan, Dubai and Zanzibar. It’s good to think that although we are so scattered around the world, we are friends in the faith. Many people may log on from areas where they have fellowship with Christian friends, others doubtless come to the site from areas where they feel alone as Christians and without that same feeling of friendship in the faith. If you are in this latter category, realize that we think about you and that you do have friends here and around this world. Although you may not see tangible connections any more than you can see the internet connections, they are there and you have friends at TacticalChristianity.org and among our readers everywhere.
We certainly welcome all of you coming to the site from distant areas – we think of you as our Russian friends, Zanzibar friends, or friends wherever you are, and want you to feel just as much a part of the site as our friends here in the United States. If you have suggestions for material that would be helpful to you in your own circumstances, don’t hesitate to leave a comment at the end of this post. We'll be glad to provide needed subjects in the postings and articles as much as we are able. That's what friends are for!