• Pastor DJ Harry

Should Christians Really Use Facebook?

Updated: Oct 29, 2019


When Facebook was in its infancy, no one ever imagined that a social platform of that type could grow to over 1.6 billion active users.  In fact, it’s quite possible that you are

1. POST SCRIPTURE THAT WAS RELEVANT TO YOU TODAY


As you read Scripture and God speaks to you, take the time to share that with others.  My heart is blessed when I know of people in our church that are hurting and I see that God used his words to bring comfort.  Be careful not to overdo this one.  If you post too often then your influence will be diluted.

2. SHARE LINKS


As you scroll down your feed, you no doubt come across articles and posts that are an encouragement to you.  Don’t just like them, share them!  If it was a blessing to your heart, share that post so others can be blessed as well.  A word of warning comes with this one.  Make sure you read the blog or article before sharing.  There is nothing more embarrassing that sharing content that later was discovered to have questionable content.

3. POST LINKS TO BOOKS


A great way to grow as a Christian is with a steady diet of Biblically sound books.  If you are like me, you probably have at least one or two in your mind that were exceptionally helpful in pointing you through God’s Word.  We read books on parenting, the church, prayer, holiness, marriage, athletics, evangelism, and a host of other topics.  Why not post a link to the book so that others can share in the blessing?

4. INVOLVE YOURSELF IN REAL DISCUSSION


This past election cycle was exceptionally disturbing to me in regards to Facebook conversations.  Why?  It is so easy for believers to let their guard down and allow the flesh

5. IDENTIFY YOURSELF AS A BELIEVER…AND THEN LIVE LIKE IT!


Jesus Christ told the disciples to let their light shine before men.  He told them not to hide their light but to let is shine brightly and bring glory to God.  I realize that there are many different ways that you can let you light shine brightly.  Why not let your interaction with others on social media be one of them?

Are there ways that you use social media to minister to others?  Keep the conversation going.  Please leave your response in the comments section and share your ideas with others!


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DJHarry     Isaiah 64:8     We are the clay!


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