One of Google’s most bold, yet controversial stances within their corporate policy has been their stance against pornographic material among their ad network.
When someone brings up the word “Rebellion” I guarantee the first thing on your mind isn’t becoming a Christian, following Christ, nor anything to do with the positive side of religion. The idea of rebelling against something or someone is normally seen as bad, but when rebellion is put within the context of Christianity, it’s oddly enough meant for good.
Social media is a beautiful thing. And while much of my life has been shaped around it’s use, I’ve noticed a few things that truly get on my nerves. I know I’ve been victim of a few of these myself. While the growth of social media continues to expand, I want to take a moment of instruction to go over 20 things I think everyone should stop doing while tweeting, posting, sharing, pinning, liking, +1′ing, and tumbling. Here are 20 things people should stop doing on social media.
1. Publicly & Judgmentally calling people out on their sins or mistakes.
It’s not your place to call other people out on their sins or mistakes, especially in public. Don’t single them out for pure enjoyment. Christians already have a bad reputation in the land of judgment, and the last thing we need is someone rebuking people via Twitter or Facebook. If you’re doing this, please find the “deactivate” button and click it repeatedly.