I have opinions.
I express those opinions.
I do not express opinions on behalf of any other organization.

How do we separate our person lives from our work life today? Well not very well in some situations. With Twitter, Facebook, Blogging, and all the other aspects of living out our life in the public eye today, more and more people take words out of context, or misuse an opinion stated in a personal capacity for that of an organization as a whole. If I was the CEO of a publicly traded company that would be one thing, but I’m not.

As a paid staff member of Cornerstone Church, a seminary student of Liberty University, and a member of the tech support group for YouVersion.com, I want to make it very abundantly clear that the opinions and statements made on this blog are my own.  I do not speak for Cornerstone, Liberty, or YouVersion, nor does this blog or the posts that appear here reflect any specific opinion from other staff members or the organizations as a whole.  As with all Believers in Christ, we all have our own direction and convictions of our faith in God, and those can be expressed in many different and conflicting ways. The ideas expressed here on this site, and any social networking site that bears my username “scottfillmer” are my own.

I am investing my time in the above organizations because, for the most part, I line up with their overall vision. This does not mean that at some point or on some level I don’t disagree with these organizations, or the other way around. This page is to make it as clear as possible that my opinions are not intended in any way to reflect upon those organizations I am involved with on a formal basis.

If you have any questions about specific statements made here you are always welcome to email me at scott.fillmer @ gmail . com, I would be more than happy to discuss anything you find on my site.