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-3 Major Things for Pastors to Avoid on Social Media

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It is important for pastors and ministers to have some kind of presence on Social Media. Read my previous article on this:  -Pastors and Social media: Five Mistakes to Avoid Nevertheless there are major ways that pastors can actually undermine their ministry in the process. Here’s a good article from Christianity Today listing 3 things […]

-Pastors and Social media: Five Mistakes to Avoid

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According to an article on Christianity Today, Pastors should avoid the following 5 mistakes when it comes to social media: 1. Not being on social media. 2. Not being consistent. 3. Going on the attack and staying there. 4. Not using humor. 5. Assuming social media is inherently bad. <Read the whole article> Response: Be […]

-Facebook Now Has a Billion Users Worldwide

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          (Image via CrunchBase) Facebook now has over a Billion users which includes nearly half of all those on the Internet worldwide.  According to a LA Times article Facebook execs are shooting for the rest: "We’re not a company that is just trying to add more people," said Chris Cox, Facebook’s vice president of product. […]

-How a Christian Should Be Responding Online

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     (Image via Wikipedia) One of my greatest joys are the friends that I have made online all around the world in the last six years. However, one of my greatest disappointments is how some of my supposed brothers and sisters in Christ have treated me sometimes over very small points of disagreement. At least […]

-Even The Pope Tweets?

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For those who continue to make fun of all the Millions ‘Tweeting’ away their lives, now even the Pope tweets.  Pope Benedict XVI sent out a message on Twitter to publicize the launch of the Vatican’s new website-  News.va, The following was the pope’s first message: "Dear Friends, I just launched http://t.co/fVHpS9y Praised be our […]

-Techno Stewardship?

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The Barna Group has completed a new study showing something that all of us directly experience- that families are more technology and media dependent than ever. They conclude that modern families by and large are negligent in applying concepts of Biblical stewardship to how much of their time is spent online, watching TV, and on […]

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