Sue Bohlin is an associate speaker with Probe Ministries.
She attended the University of Illinois, and has been a Bible teacher and conference speaker for over 25 years.
There are library malls where, instead of books, you can get files of everything from games to computer software to historical documents.
And there are conversation malls where you can talk to people across town or around the world.
The internet also includes the destinations in your electronic travels, much like different kinds of malls, where the stores are right next to each other.
I discovered that same wonderful phenomenon when sending out requests for prayers and cards to the Barbershop (singing) community for my father during his battle with cancer, and he was delighted to receive encouragement from all sorts of people he didn't know.
The internet is one of the most exciting developments that the world has ever seen.
My friend Bill, whose 8-year-old daughter Cheska lost a courageous battle with cancer, was grateful for the Brain Tumor list.
Subscribers to this list are people with brain tumors, those whose families or friends have brain tumors, and health-care professionals who treat these patients or do research into the disease.
Many Christians are both fearful and ignorant of it, though we don't have to be.