Tactical Christianity.org was our first website, launched in October, 2013. Then, a few months later – in January 2014 – we launched LivingWithFaith.org. Both websites are non-denominational, non-profit, and dedicated to making the Bible clear and meaningful in everyday life. Both sites have hundreds of articles and blog posts on a great many subjects that are easily accessible through the site indexes and blog archives. Both sites receive hundreds of thousands of visitors from almost two hundred countries around the world.
So why two websites, and what’s the difference between them? The main difference is one of approach and type of material covered. TacticalChristianity (as its name might suggest) concentrates more on topics having to do with Christian living, while LivingWithFaith (as its name might also suggest) tends a little more to matters of faith and belief. That doesn’t mean that we never talk about faith on Tactical Christianity, or Christian living on Living With faith, but that’s where the stress is respectively.
That same difference is reflected in the free e-books we publish under the imprints of the two websites. Our “Tactical” books are frequently about practical subjects such as prayer, study, and everyday living, while our “Faith” site books tend to include more on subjects like Christian beliefs and biblical understanding. Once again, however, there is overlap and many of the e-books we publish could be on either site. As it is, we list all our free books on the e-books download page of each site so you don’t have to site-hop in order to see what is available.
On the other hand, a little site-hopping is sometimes a good idea. We publish new blog posts or articles on each site every week so checking out our two sites gives you twice the material there would otherwise have been. And here’s an insider tip. If you haven’t noticed, our new material is auto published every Sunday on TacticalChristianity.org and every Wednesday on LivingWithFaith.org – so many of our followers routinely check the blog on each site on these two days.
So there you have it. Both our sites are committed to providing quality Christian information based on sound biblical scholarship, and – as always – without charge. We have nothing to sell, but lots to give, and if you have only visited one of our sites we hope you will try the other!