The Kairos Journal recognizes the importance of privacy to every
individual. The Kairos Journal will not sell any personally
identifiable information supplied by pastors to anyone or any organization.
Please review the policy for more details. Should you have questions or concerns
Collection of Information
When a pastor registers with the Kairos Journal
, they are asked for their name, address, and e-mail address and other
While using the site, certain information is logged including the pastor’s IP
address, the browser they are using, and the URLs they were visiting.
All correspondence, such as e-mails or letters, forwarded to the Kairos Journal
are catalogued and stored so that the Kairos Journal may serve each
pastor efficiently and effectively.
Use of Information
Profile information is used to improve the site’s content, offerings, and
Profile information may be used to produce annual reports, quarterly traffic
reports, and reports on pastoral interests for internal and external audiences.
No individuals will be identified in any of the reports.
With prior approval, the Kairos Journal
may use information obtained from pastors to notify new articles, columns, or
commentary thought to be helpful and useful.
The Pastor’s IP address will be used to help diagnose problems with the Kairos
server and the overall administration of the website.
Profile information will be used to contact the pastor/church leader via their
mailing address to announce special conferences or other events.
Notification of Changes
changes so as to affect personal information, users will be notified via e-mail
of the relevant changes.
Administration of Passwords
Each user is required to control their password.
Should the user ever forget their password, they may e-mail
[email protected] for assistance. The user’s password will be
e-mailed shortly thereafter.
Transmission of information over the Internet cannot be guaranteed to be 100%
secure, but the Kairos Journal
has taken great precautions to protect the privacy and security of pastors and
Access to some areas of the site is password protected. The infrastructure and
other devices supporting and running the Kairos Journal reside in a
secured data center.
By using the website, users consent to the collection and use of the
aforementioned information by the Kairos Journal.
The Kairos Journal will contain links to other websites. The Kairos
is not responsible for the privacy policies or the specific content of such
Users have the option to change or modify information previously recorded by
simply revising the member profile online or by contacting the Kairos Journal
at [email protected].
All site design, graphics, interfaces, portions of text, and the selection and
arrangements thereof, are the exclusive property of the Kairos Journal
and The Emmanuel Foundation or its content suppliers and are protected by
United States and other international copyright laws, © 2003, The Emmanuel
Foundation. Any unauthorized use of the materials appearing on the Kairos
Journal website is in violation of copyright, trademark, and other
applicable laws and could result in criminal or civil penalties.
The Kairos Journal is the exclusive service mark of The Emmanuel
Foundation. The Kairos Journal’s marks may not be used in connection
with any information or service likely to cause confusion among pastors/church
leaders as to the source or quality of the service or information, or in any
manner that disparages or discredits the Kairos Journal. All other
trademarks, service marks, and logos used on the website are the trademarks,
service marks, and logos of their respective owners.
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