Today is my one-year anniversary as the Covenant Eyes blogger. After 316 posts, over 500 comments, and over 60,000 visitors, I am so grateful for the past year.
About a year ago Covenant Eyes decided to dive into this weird thing called the “blogosphere,” which is a junk-drawer term for all blogs on the Internet and all the interconnections between them. The word is a play on the word “logosphere,” which means “world of conversations.” We knew there were literally thousands of conversations online every day about the things that we really care about, and we wanted to be able to join them and contribute.
In the last Covenant Eyes newsletter I informed our readers about our most-read blog posts. Some are directed towards those who are tempted by pornography online; some are directed at wives of porn addicts; some are about current events; and others are about what Covenant Eyes has been up to. It has been our goal to provide the best information we can to help people surf the Web with integrity, purity, and accountability.
If you would like us to cover any topics on this blog next year, please let me know. Make a comment below. The purpose for this blog is to be a clearing house of free, helpful resources, links, and information that will serve the Internet community.