Give so it does some good!

This is my kinswoman and adopted daughter Allison. She has been pastoring in the UK for about a decade now. They just had a cross cultural event celebrating the US Thanksgiving holiday in the UK, and she herself baked 4-5 turkeys (borrowing ovens) and prepared half the 30 some side dishes, AND made a pile of deserts. This is in addition to her professional responsibilities as a Pastor and ambassador for her church organization throughout the UK. Her mailing does not show all the conferences, baptisms, counselling, and other things she also does. And as times get harder we need more people as unselfishly giving as Allison.

Allison is a dedicated professional who lives to serve. If there is any group worthy of your support this “giving Tuesday” (or any other time) she should be at the top of the list.

John D. Nash, Jr. CEO
Adult Life Training, Inc.


Give Globally to support Missions work in the United Kingdom and Europe! Allison Mitchell, UPCI Associate Missionary to the United Kingdom

On this Giving Tuesday please consider giving towards Global Missions and the work that I do as an Associate Missionary in the UK and Europe! Every donation matters and enables me to serve this incredible generation!

With our very first Euro AIMer Sis Irène Ngwoburu from Belgium at the EPU Jeunes Youth Convention

Also consider giving towards Euro AIM! Find out more at and to make a Donation follow this link to send to and reference Euro AIM! Your giving will help release labourers across Europe!

Your giving through Global Missions is 501(c)(3) tax deductible and will go directly into the work I do here in the United Kingdom and in Europe.

Specifically, it will go towards my transportation budget, housing, and Citizenship costs—each donation is appreciated!

Ways to Give:

UPCI MobileCause

UPCI Global Missions #189429 (DM me for more information on how)

Partnering with me at $25, $50, or $100 per month to serve the United Kingdom and Europe using the above links. I am in need of 13 new monthly sponsors.

Thank you Partners in Missions! Thank you for supporting CoveredWithMercy!

Thank you for Giving Globally!

Mil bendiciones,

Many blessings,

Rev Allison Mitchell

UPCI Associate Missionary to the United Kingdom


Copyright (C) 2022 Allison Mitchell Associate Missionary to the United Kingdom. All rights reserved.

Disabling default use of javascript in your browser

Anytime we have something nice, some unscrupulous bad actor will come along and ruin it for everyone.

Data Mining

Most recently as of the date of this writing, FaceBook had been caught collecting very private financial data from our Federal and State Income Tax Returns with the full knowledge and cooperation of Income Tax preparation corporations. TaxAct, TaxSlayer, and H&R Block were exposed by data research reported in an November 22, 2022 08:00 ET article published by The Markup by , and .

Across these “Free File” vendors, FaceBook collects everything needed to falsify tax returns, or get names of child dependents to aide in targeting children by knowing their name, and their families’ address, phone numbers, demographics, filing status (married, single parent, etc), Gross and Adjusted Gross incomes and the amount of their tax refund. Knowing someone is a 12 year old daughter of a single mother with a $2,000 refund at a specific home address and phone number might be very handy to the wrong person. Do you feel that the radical leftist actors at FaceBook are the right, trustworthy, individuals to have and use your very private financial data or family information that would allow a pedophile to groom and kidnap your child, without your  knowledge and consent?

Drive By Downloads

Javascript is also needed for clandestine drive by downloads – files downloaded, and potentially installed and run, without your knowledge or consent when you view a web page.

This is a primary method of installing viruses, back doors,  and other mal-ware on individuals’s computers. You search for information on a topic, browse to the web sites in the search results, and even through a web page didn’t seem to be relevant to your search – the page might even have appeared blank – it ran a javascript program in your browser to download and install a program that you did not authorize.

Such mal-ware might merely flood your computer from then on with ads, or it could harvest private information from your computer and send it to the mafia in New York or China or Arabia, or encrypt your disk and demand ransom money to get your files back – you don’t know, and it will be difficult if not impossible to find and remove.

But without javascript drive by downloads can’t automatically happen.


Javascript was invented to make our lives easier, to make cute little kitties walk across our computer screens or personalize website screen layout and menus to fit our computer, or automatically download the version of a file (Windows, Mac, Linux) that we can use. Anytime we have something nice, some unscrupulous bad actor will come along and ruin it for everyone.

The ethical and privacy violations described at the start of this article are accomplished through javascript placed on the  web site, with or without the knowledge of the web site owner. Without javascript the bad actor must persuade you to click something, such as a link or a button, to download their mal-ware file, and then to run their file and approve installing on your computer. If you are not expecting this you might be uncooperative and their purpose fails.

The good news is this is easy to fix for Browsers based upon Google Chromium. The bad news is some other browsers make it impractical for daily use because they lack an fast, easy, way to turn javascript on with one to two clicks for web sites, such as your bank, that you know and trust: sites that truly need javascript to work.

How to Turn Off Javascript in Chromium -based Browsers

In Chromium based browsers such as Google Chrome and Brave, click the menu icon (three horizontal lines) in the top right corner of your screen. In the search box type “java”. Scroll down to the bottom where you see Site and Shields Settings.

Scroll down to see javascript and click so it reads “Don’t allow sites to use javascript”.


To turn javascript on when you need it

On Chromium based browsers there is an icon that appears at the far right end of the URL box when a web page wants to run javascript but your browser denied it. If you trust this page, then click that icon. For Chrome it is two <> for Brave it is a red lion.

When I encounter this on sites I do not know, I copy the URL then open a “New Private Window (short cut key Ctrl-Shift-N) using the menu icon. I paste the URL I copied into the (now sandboxed) URL box and enter, then enable javascript only there in the Private Window. In this way any attempts to hack my computer or collect private information will (hopefully) fail because of the isolation in the sand box. That is why there is such a thing as New Private Window. The other thing in Brave that is not in Chrome is Tor – an IP anonymizer which allows me to do things such as watch Terry Pratchet videos on BBC, since BBC won’t allow those outside the UK to watch. Somehow that gives me a tiny feeling that I have overcome an oppressor.

Non-Chromium Browsers

For non-chromium based browsers you may be better off to install NoScript (or NoScript Security Suite)  for the browser. This allows the browser to work similar to that described above for chromium based browsers.


FireFox is more complicated.  To turn off javascript in FireFox

Disable javascript on FireFox

  • Enter about:config into the search bar and select Accept the Risk and Continue.
  • Enter javascript.enabled into the search box at the top of the page.
  • Select the javascript.enabled toggle to change the value to false.
  • On Android, tap the entry, then tap the toggle to disable JavaScript in Firefox.


To turn off javascript on Safari  on Linux or Windows

  • Open Safari, go to the Safari menu, and select Preferences Security. Uncheck Enable JavaScript to disable the feature.
  • On an iPhone: Open the Settings app, then scroll down and tap Safari. At the bottom of the Safari settings screen, tap Advanced.
  • Then, tap the slider next to JavaScript to toggle it to the off position.

To turn off javascript on Safari on Mac

  • Open Safari.
  • Open the Safari menu and select Preferences.
  • The keyboard shortcut for Preferences is Command+, (comma).
  • Safari on a Mac with the Preferences menu item highlighted
  • Go to the Security tab.
  • Safari Preferences with the Security tab highlighted
  • Clear the Enable JavaScript check box to disable the feature.

To turn off javascript on Safari on iPhone

  • Open the Settings app.
  • Scroll down to Safari and tap it.
  • At the bottom of the Safari settings screen, tap Advanced.
  • Tap the slider next to JavaScript to toggle it to the off position.

To turn javascript on when you need it

The problem with non-chromium based browsers is turning javascript back on for individual websites. So far as I can tell you need to reverse the above procedures to turn on javascript while you want to use it, then turn it off again. Cumbersome.

To turn off JavaScript on Microsoft Edge:

  • Open DevTools (right-click the webpage) and then select Inspect. Or, press Ctrl+Shift+I (Windows, Linux) or Command+Option+I (macOS)
  • DevTools opens
  • Press Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows, Linux) or Command+Shift+P (macOS) to open the Command Menu.
  • Start typing javascript, select Disable JavaScript, then press Enter to run the command
  • JavaScript is now disabled.

The yellow warning icon next to Sources reminds you that JavaScript is disabled. JavaScript remains disabled in the tab for as long as you have DevTools open.

To re-enable JavaScript:

  • Press Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows, Linux) or Command+Shift+P (macOS) to open the Command Menu.
  • Select the Enable JavaScript command.

Tax Filing Websites send your private financial data to FaceBook

The Verge: Tax filing websites have been sending users’ financial information to Facebook

The Markup found services including TaxAct, TaxSlayer, and H&R Block sending sensitive data.

The data, sent through widely used code called the Meta Pixel, includes not only information like names and email addresses but often even more detailed information, including data on users’ income, filing status, refund amounts, and dependents’ college scholarship amounts.

This article was copublished with The Markup, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates how powerful institutions are using technology to change our society. Sign up for its newsletters here.

The information sent to Facebook can be used by the company to power its advertising algorithms and is gathered regardless of whether the person using the tax filing service has an account on Facebook or other platforms operated by its owner Meta.

Adult Life Training, Inc. is heavily invested in educating families in financial literacy. Exactly this sort of abuse is why we recommend that everyone (by default) disable javascript in their browser, and enable it individually for sites they know and trust which absolutely must have javascript to funtion at all. We know it is annoying and websites complain. Without javascript this exploit doesn’t work.

Information on The Meta (FaceBook) Pixel is here and on using the Advanced Matching features that these companies are using to send very private financial data to FaceBook is here. This is not an accident: these data cannot be collected unless it is specifically programmed to be collected.

Across these “Free File” vendors, FaceBook collects everything needed to falsify tax returns, or get names of child dependents to aide in targeting children by knowing their name, and their families’ address, phone numbers, demographics, filing status (married, single parent, etc), Gross and Adjusted Gross incomes and the amount of their tax refund. Knowing someone is a 12 year old daughter of a single mother with a $2,000 refund at a specific home address and phone number might be very handy to the wrong person.

It is important that every taxpayer in America know how the Federal Law has been ignored and their private financial information has been provided to FaceBook, and plan for safer ways to comply with government dictates that we file personal income taxes every year.

Harvard’s Matlock said The Markup’s findings showed the almost inevitable consequences of relying on for-profit companies to handle a government requirement. It’s a process that provides users little choice but to hand over their data to Facebook if they want to comply with the law, she said.

Read The Verge article or The Markup article.

How to Empower Your Family and Community with Financial Freedom – For Free

The need is great. According to the US Census 270,402 people live in Fort Wayne. Far too many people are homeless, invisible, children under 10 hiding their school books in alleys. The need is great.

And the global economy is faltering, leaving many across the globe concerned about their finances.

Whether you have led a Financial Peace University class before, or you’re brand new to Ramsey Solutions, you can start an important change for the people in your community, and through freedom from serving money (debt) empower your neighbors to help with greater tasks.

You have a unique opportunity to change lives in an area that’s causing your community a lot of stress — money. And the cost of the program is already paid in full by a generous grant from 3Rivers Credit Union Foundation. You don’t get charged anything if you are working with Adult Life Training, Inc. Free is a good price to permanently strengthen your community.

Our next Zoom FPU class starts Monday January 9, 2023 at 7:00pm EDT and our next in-person class starts Thursday January 12, 2023 at 7:00pm in the Community Room in the ALC campus at 3301 E Coliseum Blvd, Fort Wayne, IN 46805. You can also go through the training at your own pace and start today.

Ramsey+ walks with people throughout their entire financial journey, not only through the nine weeks of FPU classes. Ramsey+ still includes FPU, but the team over at Ramsey Solutions is constantly adding more resources to help people continue to win with money. They’ve rolled all of their content, tools and resources into one all-access membership that helps people lead a life of financial peace.

With additional courses like Jump StartSmart Money Smart KidsLegacy Journey and Budgeting That Actually Works, people in every walk of life now have access to financial education customized for exactly where they are on their money journey. Using the EveryDollar app, people can create budgeting habits that help them take control of their money every month. And with the new BabySteps app, they can track their progress and see how quickly they can reach their goals.

Watch this video to learn about the Ramsey+ account.

Watch this video to learn how to activate your Ramsey+ account.

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After you’ve created an account, save this link to use when you want to log in to your account: Next choose one of our classes – either on the Ramsey page after you are registered as part of our site license, or from the list below.

You’ll hear us talk about Ramsey+ regularly. Stay tuned to hear about upcoming FPU classes and other learning opportunities on our web page at

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