Tag Archives: facebook

3 ways to be faithful on Facebook

Facebook “friends” can become actual friends—but sometimes it takes more time and energy.

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does social media make us narcissists?

There is a little narcissism in all of us, arising as it does out of our limitless capacity for self-centeredness.

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3 reasons Christians should be extra careful online

No one should be more careful about what they say online than a Christian. No one’s words will be scrutinized more closely than one who claims the name of Christ.

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From cavemen to Kermit

Wise use of technology is about as difficult as wise use of the tongue, which James describes as a fire and a poison.

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I have a problem

13 paragraphs in this post begin with “I”. And that’s the essential issue, isn’t it? Computer-mediated communication can foster the illusion that the world revolves around our own interests.

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the measure of a man

My two oldest sons have higher Kred than I do, so I will have to stay up all night tweeting to get ahead.

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read more, write more

Facebook updates are not the key to your future or your success. What you need is more long form reading in an age of Twitter.

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narcissism is not new

How do we speak the truth in love instead of merely being in love with ourselves and hoping others will love us too?

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a rule to follow (online)

It’s easy to forget what Jesus said. That our words reflect our hearts. And it’s easier still to forget it online.

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