Now don't mistake this post or my attitude as being 'agin' all of this because I'm not. Honestly, Social Media has reconnected me with friends who I have not seen in 25+ years and I love that. Today, those friends who would have been alive only in memory are today only a keystroke away.
Having said all of that, there are some dangers we need to consider and some cautions we need to take as we share our lives on Social Media. Consider this, in the past few months I have heard more than one person say, "How can they post something about God working in their lives today, when yesterday they told such a horribly 'off-colored' (yes, some people still use that term) joke or story?" Candidly, I've seen those posts and thought - seriously?
It seems to me that as new as Social Media is, that we are still learning how to use it. To those who profess Jesus as your Savior and wear the name "Christian", I urge us to be cautious and careful as to what you post on Social Media because it could, in fact, destroy your ability to speak for Christ. For years we have said, "Protect Your Testimony." This is my call for all today. Be careful.
When I read something well spoken, I try to share it with all in my circle of friends and acquaintances. Ron Edmondson, the Senior Pastor of Immanuel Baptist Church in Lexington, has written a blog about this very issue (so there is no reason for me to 're-invent the wheel). Click the following link - and consider what He has to say.