Author and Christian Education Director Heather High-Kennedy ponders the importance of teaching children and youth to be generous without the fanfare and hashtags of social media. “Children and youth today are growing up without a way to envision the concept of Matthew 6:1,” she said. (Photo: Carolyn Clement, Social Media Sunday)
Could you “unplug” from your devices and the Internet for 31 days? Author Christina Crook did, and she learned valuable lessons about time, busyness, and mindfulness. Crook’s essay challenges us to consider our stewardship of time as a health and wellness issue that asks how we live this life we have been given. (Photo: Patrick […]
Church leaders have lots of reasons for NOT using social media in their ministries — bad ones, says this article from Leadership Journal. It’s the 21st century, after all, and more and more people connect and learn through social media. Karl Vaters takes eight of the common reasons and explains why they are not valid.