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Who Let the Trolls Out?

Or, A Reminder About Commenting I am very grateful to readers who have taken time out from their day to visit and peruse the content of this site. Hopefully, you have found much that is edifying or helpful. There is, of course, always room for improvement on my end. I have increasingly become aware of […]

2012 Presidential Election: Politics & Social Media

Here’s an amazing info graphic of how politics and the massive use of social media are affecting one another. Anyone with a Facebook or Twitter account has probably noticed an increase in the number of political postings over the past few years. This is due, in part, to the explosive rise in social media outlets […]

Apple’s iPhone 5 Video Leaked


June 26

Bootlicker, Ignorant, Coward or Unregenerate?

Nowhere are Christian leaders more prone to kowtow to others as when their very careers and reputations may be affected by those to whom they allow serious error in exchange for favorable status to the masses, especially in these days of social media. Such is the case regarding John MacArthur.

How Google and Facebook Hide What You Like

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Social Media & Ecclesiastical Honor

Do nothing from selfishness or empty conceit, but with humility of mind regard one another as more important than yourselves – Philippians 2:3 The Apostle Paul has been called the humble cross-bearer. How anyone could read his journeys and experiences while carrying the Gospel to nations, with all of his sufferings and persecution in the […]

5 Reasons No One Will Rebuke John MacArthur

A man who teaches alternate means of salvation, as John MacArthur does, and who is as influential within the Church as he is, deserves not only our prayers, but a good kick in the doctrine (in love) by men who are jealous for the glory of God. Here are 5 reasons I believe men (read-celebrity/conference […]

October 20

The Abuse of Matthew 18:15

In the blogosphere and social media, without question one of the most hurled passages of Scripture in regards to controversy over public behavior or teaching is Matthew 18:15. This passage seems to be abused as often as “Judge not…”. The passage itself reads: “If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, […]

G+ vs FaceBook vs Twitter

No competition. How long did it take Twitter to reach 20 million users? How about Facebook? Are you G+ yet?     HT: Lane Chaplin

Rethinking Social Media

Have this mind among yourselves, which is yours in Christ Jesus, who, though he was in the form of God, did not count equality with God a thing to be grasped, but made himself nothing, taking the form of a servant, being born in the likeness of men. – Philippians 2:5-7 We are to have […]

Is Facebook Keeping You From Prayer?

Christmas 2.0

A Social Network Christmas

Steve Lawson: Who Are Your Friends?

You can see the entire sermon here. Take the time, it’s worth it.

Digital Evangelism – Can We Be Honest For A Sec?

  by John Saddington “Can we be honest for a sec? Seriously. How effective is “digital evangelism” really? I’ve had a few conversations recently that has brought it back into the forefront of my thoughts and I’ve re-engineering my take and perspective on it. I think that it’s somewhat related to my feelings of being […]

Humor: Julian Smith – 25 Things I Hate About Facebook

Get Off FACEBOOK, Be A Man

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