Social Media Etiquette For Christians

1 Timothy paints a wonderful picture of leadership as it pertains to the life of a Christian. That if any of us aspire to lead others, (which we all should) we must take the contents of 1 Timothy to heart and evaluate our lives from the inside out.  And in today’s day and age, I think we should do the same in regards to our social platforms as well.

What do your social platforms say about you?

1) Are your posts above reproach? (1 Timothy 3:2)

2) Are your posts non-violent and not arrogantly confrontational? (1 Timothy 3:3)

3) Are your posts  managed well, and full of respect? (1 Timothy 3:4)

4) Is your time spent on social media put above your time with God, or your family? (1 Timothy 3:5)

5) Are your posts arrogant? (1 Timothy 3:6)

6) Are your posts respectful, and do they portray a good name? (1 Timothy 3:7)

7) Are your posts sincere? (1 Timothy 3:8)

8) Are your posts reflecting your faith in Gods truth? (1 Timothy 3:9) 

Evaluate Yourself

Ask yourself these questions and evaluate your social posts. Why? Because out of the abundance of the heart a man tweets. (Luke 6:45)

—Jarrid Wilson

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Published by Jarrid Wilson

Husband, Father, Pastor at Harvest Christian Fellowship & Author of a few books.

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