Guide Chat
by Administrator


Welcome to Guide magazine's online chat room, where you can interact with Seventh-day Adventist juniors and earliteens from around the world and have fun making new friends.

When is the chat open?
Chat Rules: Read and follow!
Chat Help
Meet the Moderators
Become a Moderator
Uncle Andy Live


When is the chat open?

The Guide chat room is open only when adult moderators are online for supervision. Current scheduled chat times are:
Friday, 9:00 to 10:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Sabbath (Saturday), 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. Eastern Time

If you don’t live in the Eastern Time Zone in the eastern U.S./Canada, you will need to adjust for your local time. Uncle Andy, our head moderator, has created a page to help you figure this out. Adjust the chat schedule to your current time

When the chat is open, "Online" will appear by the chat icon in the top menu. Click there and you'll see the link to the chat on this page.


Chat Rules

These rules help to keep the chat safe and enjoyable for everyone. Thanks for following them!

1. Don’t give out or ask for personal information or contact info--your full name, e-mail address, phone number, home city, church or school you attend, etc. This is very important for your safety. It's OK to say your first name, home state/country, age, and grade in school.

2. Don’t post web addresses or usernames for other Web sites in the chat room. If you want to share a Web link, you can do so in the discussion board.

3. Be kind and respectful in your conversations. The Guide chat room is a place to find positive, encouraging friends.

4. The Guide chat software automatically filters out profanity and obscenity, so don’t bother using it!

5. Don't be obnoxious--don't "flood" the chat by typing the same thing repeatedly; don't use text colors that others can't read.

6. If a specific activity (Bible study, trivia game, etc.) is planned for a particular chat session or room, participate in the activity and don't distract others with random topics.

7. Most chats take place during Sabbath--a great day to think about God and His Word, enjoy nature, build good relationships with friends and family, serve others, share our faith, and take a break from school and other everyday activities. Focus your conversation on topics that fit with the purpose of Sabbath.

8. The Guide chat room is monitored by adult moderators. You are responsible for following all moderator instructions. The chat moderators will warn or remove anyone who breaks the rules or causes other problems in the chat. (Keep in mind that our moderators are volunteers. Please let them know you appreciate them!)

9. The chat room is dedicated to Jesus. Let's honor Him by our behavior.

10. Have fun!


Chat Help

Coming soon!


Meet the Moderators

Click the links below to get better acquainted with the volunteer moderators who chat with you from week to week. (Keep in mind that we have some valuable moderator staff who either have not yet done an introduction page, or maybe would prefer not to. That is OK too!)

Chris
emarp
HappyHat
JustForChrist
snakeyes
Uncle Andy
VJRD


Become a Moderator

Would you like to help with the CyberClub chat? Junior and teen moderators help out with activities and offer positive Christian leadership for their peers in the chat room. For safety, there is always an adult moderator (age 18+) in each room. Moderators help guide the discussion, lead out in activities, and enforce chat rules when needed. Caring adults are encouraged to join the moderator team and help point young people toward Christ through the chat ministry.

Junior Moderator Application (ages 10-14)
Teen Moderator Application (ages 15-17)
Moderator Application (ages 18 and up)


Uncle Andy Live

Guide's head moderator, Uncle Andy, occasionally hosts “Uncle Andy Live,” a special visual chat that typically happens 15 minutes after the regular chat time ends. If there is going to be an “Uncle Andy Live” session after a particular chat, it will be announced during the chat session.

“Uncle Andy Live” allows you to view Uncle Andy’s screen and hear audio from him. You can’t see or hear the other chatters, and they can’t see or hear you, but you can type messages to Uncle Andy and the other chatters just as in the chat room.

Here are some of the activities during “Uncle Andy Live”:
-Play interactive Bible trivia tic-tac-toe with other chatters.
-Listen to a story read by Uncle Andy.
 
Click here to join Uncle Andy Live.

Note: The login screen asks for your full name, city/state, and e-mail address. DON’T ENTER YOUR FULL NAME AND CITY. Instead, enter your first name and/or CyberClub username; your state, province, or country (or just put “None” if you don’t want to share that); and either your parent’s e-mail or a made-up e-mail (like This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. ). The e-mail you enter can’t be seen by the other chatters; only Uncle Andy can see it.

Comments   

 
0 #180 Ainsley 2017-07-08 17:25
hello happy sabbath :D
 
 
0 #179 A229 2017-06-09 10:21
randy fishell's not with guide anymore?!
 
 
0 #178 A229 2017-06-09 10:21
HAPPY SABBATH! is anyone here?
 
 
0 #177 ILJ 2017-05-20 09:57
Quoting aaliyahd:
Quoting mlogan:
Is anyone on?

is anyone on?

is anyone in?
 
 
+2 #176 ILJ 2017-05-20 09:56
Quoting mlogan:
Quoting mlogan:
I wish Randy Fischell was still in guide. :sad:

Me too.


Me three. :sad:
 
 
+1 #175 Kwesi 2017-02-19 08:35
How can I be a Junior Moderator. The link is not working
 
 
+2 #174 TheRelaxingEnd 2017-02-11 14:18
hello
 
 
0 #173 aaliyahd 2017-02-10 17:34
Quoting mlogan:
Is anyone on?

is anyone on?
 
 
0 #172 mlogan 2017-02-04 20:09
Is anyone on?
 
 
+5 #171 mlogan 2017-02-04 17:47
HELLO is anyone there? Happy Sabbath by the way.
 
 
-2 #170 Kwesi 2017-02-03 21:07
Does the chat work
 
 
-10 #169 Nate1246 2017-02-03 18:00
#Run
 

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