Christian leaders have this in common: we work to reshape society. It’s why we invest in our families. It’s why we befriend people. It’s why we work in our churches, and it’s why many of us write.
In all areas of life this much is true: ideas matter.
“4 Ways to Be Mature on Social Media”
The tongue of the righteous is choice silver;
The heart of the wicked is of little worth.”
How do you give a perfect answer?
An answer that is right and worthy? This 5-part series explores how to communicate wisely on social media.
Some thoughts I had, after being told for the dozenth time: “You should stop talking about that because it’s not a gospel issue.”
“Don’t Make It Personal”
Whoever belittles his neighbor lacks sense,
But a man of understanding remains silent.”
In the last post we looked at the question: “How can I be more mature when I talk to people online?”
The answer in summary—Don’t make it personal, painful, demanding, or rude. Today the first point—Don’t make it personal.
Forums are for critiquing thoughts, not thinkers.