Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
is the policy of Answers2Prayer (A2P) to maintain an environment that
promotes ethical and responsible conduct in all online network activities by
A2P staff and subscribers.
is our purpose to promote the power of prayer and faith in our Lord Jesus Christ,
while providing caring fellowship and support for one another. As such, our goal is to create and foster
an online community of believers whose purpose is to provide intercession
before our Lord on behalf of our brothers and sisters who are in need.
We recognize the trust one places in A2P when
sharing deeply personal problems and concerns; we hold this trust in very
high regard. Accordingly, the privacy of our subscribers shall be maintained
at all times.
participants have the right to submit any honest need in the form of a prayer
request, and to expect to receive intercessory prayer on their behalf.
have the right to have their privacy maintained. No prayer request will ever
be posted without user consent. Any
details shared with staff members that are intended to remain private shall
should not be subjected to unwanted correspondence.
e-mail addresses shall never, under any circumstances, be sold,
"mined" or otherwise distributed for commercial purposes.
will never subject users to unwanted mailings or commercial advertising of
shall be active participants in protecting the privacy of other users.
prayer requests shall be sent to A2P for distribution and shall not be
distributed directly to other users.
following will not be tolerated:
1. E-mail address "mining" for any
purpose, including submission to other newsletters, distribution of prayer
requests to users directly;
2. Sending unwanted
correspondence to any user for any reason. Letters of encouragement and
similar are encouraged, however if a user requests that you cease, this
request shall be honored;
3. "Spamming." This is the practice of sending unwanted,
unsolicited messages to A2P users for the purpose of commercial gain;
4. Forwarding prayer
requests to non-A2P users without the express permission of the user
submitting the prayer request.