I’m wondering if in addition to our practice of the spiritual disciplines, we exercise the discipline of conducting an on-going personal social media audit? What testimony or witness are my uploads, emails, posts or tweets having? Are they in harmony with Jesus’ teaching: “Do to others as you as you would have them do to you” (Luke 6:31 NIV)?
Now, there are some listeners who prefer sitting quietly and are uncomfortable chatting with those beside them, but we become community together when we talk to others and when we listen to others. As a church, we are a worshipping community, a learning community, a caring community, and a missional community.
Reflecting on the Pope’s apology, a conversation with John Johnstone John Johnstone and his wife Jenn work with Multiply in B.C. seeking to build and strengthen relationships between First Nations…
“When we talk accessibility we’re not just speaking location or cost, we want to serve anybody in the church, at any capacity, who needs theological training and leadership development.”