I'd especially appreciate opinions from others who write for pay but also wouldn't mind hearing from others who'd like to add their thoughts. Where do you draw the line when it comes to your beliefs and what you write? Here are a few examples: 1. A politician needs an intro for the front page of his website but you don't agree with some of his beliefs and find them to be against Christian beliefs. Do you write it with the stipulation that your name be left off so others don't believe you agree with the guy? Do you refuse because it would be helping the guy promote himself and thus his wrong beliefs? Do you accept because he's going to pay someone anyhow and it will be done, so you may as well get the money? 2. There's a community center that helps people addicted to drugs get homes and jobs. There is no center that helps laid off workers with no addictions get homes and jobs, so you believe that the county's funds are being misplaced. The local paper wants a story on the community center that says what they do and how great they are for the community and the work they do. 3. You don't believe in Halloween, but you're asked to write an article on ideas for kid's Halloween parties. What do you do with these situations? Where is the line drawn? Kinda reminds me of choosing a job. Would you work in a place where you had to sell beer and liquor to customers? What if you weren't the seller, just the bagger? Someone else will if you won't, but does does working for someone or writing for someone equate participation in their sins?