More on 9rules

I admit to being excited about being inducted into 9rules, but I also admit to being mostly ignorant about how it works and what all it entails. The one thing I did know when I applied was that I saw the 9rules badge on several sites I have visited, and that those sites weren’t just nice, they were actually helpful (a somewhat rare quality for blogs I stumble across).

I know quite a bit more about 9rules now since applying and being chosen to join. I like what was said in a post about 9rules’ exclusivity by Scrivs: “It’s no secret that we want all of our communities to become the go to places on the web for that topic.” And Timothy’s Burden has been chosen to represent somewhat liberal, fundamental, evangelical Christianity (or whatever an appropriate description is).

So in addition to now helping the Religion Community and 9rules as a whole, I also want to develop Timothy’s Burden into something that I feel is a bit more “worthy,” as it were, as a “go to” place representing Jesus Christ. I’ll even take requests. If there’s a topic regarding Christianity you want to know about, just drop it in the comments or send it to so I can check it out.

… And now, I will shut up with the 9rules posts for a bit, at least until I get the membership agreement ’cause I’ll probably mention the when joining 9rules is “final.” :)

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