In fact, they're someone you could see yourself spending the rest of your life with.
These numbers are also known as ‘Personal Numbers’ or ‘Follow Me Numbers’.
No matter who invented the Internet it is a powerful tool for good.
As you read you are taking advantage of the wonder of the Internet. No good tool seems to be free of abuse and nothing creates more challenges for ministry professionals, their families and their ministries than the Internet.
The substance on the screen is constantly inexpensively available and once hooked whether pastor or parishioner becoming free is less likely with each use. The darkness and rapidity of the descent into illicit on-line use is powerfully present in clergy ranks.
One pastor hooked on porn told CRN, “I am the darling in my denomination and if anyone ever finds out about my pornography use I will be tossed to the curb.” He went on to say, “I have always been the pure one, the one with the answers, the one who could be trusted but this stuff on the Internet has taken charge of my life in less than six months.” His telling the truth was the beginning of lasting change but his rapid descent into darkness and his fear of discovery is as common as communion in churches today.
Google, for example, last month announced a new feature that would alert Chinese users when they're about to search for something that may get blocked by the government.