Social Networking

Affairs on Facebook - A Warning to Christians

From a few real-life stories I have heard lately, Facebook is apparently a good place to start an affair.  A big part of Facebook is reconnecting with people from your past, but often for Christians, some of the people in your past are not people you should be reconnecting with.  Sometimes what seems like innocent flirting with an “old flame” can lead to the destruction of a marriage and the breaking apart of a family.  I have recently heard about 3 such cases of Christian marriages being critically damaged as a result of affairs started on Facebook.

Good to Great

There is a good business leadership book called “Good to Great”- it has been on the bestsellers list for past 2 years or so.  The study of truly great companies showed that they focused on working with their team to “get the right people on the bus, let the wrong people off the bus, and helping everyone find their right seat on the bus” before taking the bus on a journey.  This is something I am working through right now with the Christian.com leadership, and it will not happen overnight, but it is essential for us to take this community from “Good to Great”!

The Change We Need in America

The Change We Need is not political - it is revival! Repentance from sin and turning our hearts wholly to God.

This week, Christian.com is proud to be a sponsor of the Revival Conference in Atlanta, which you can watch live on-line.

SermonCast - Church Podcasting Made Easy

Pastors are realizing that while only a few mega-churches can afford to preach their message to the world through T.V. and radio broadcasting, almost any church can have a world-wide podcast. And young and old alike, people are not buying cassette tape players or even CD players- they are buying iPods. For emerging churches, podcasting is the new medium of choice.

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