Most of the world seems to be on Facebook. I’ll be somewhere really remote, drawing people following a church service, and as I hand the finished product to the (ahem) victim, will say, “Now, this is your new Facebook picture.”
No one has ever said, “I’m not on Facebook” or especially “What’s that?” Usually they say, “Good idea” or “You’ve got it!”
Now, I recognize that being a Southern Baptist preacher, most of my FB friends are like-minded with me about the Lord and church and the Bible–you know, spiritual things. It’s the nature of these things. So, on a Saturday night or Sunday morning, the “posts” from many of my buddies all seem to say similar things….
–”Join us for church at Shiloh this morning at 9:30 am. You’ll receive a blessing.”
–”Today I’m preaching on Hezekiah’s tunnel. We’ll see if we can find the light at the end of that thing.”
–”My little granddaughter is singing today at Cornerstone. You won’t get good stuff like this on American Idol.”
–”Have you ever wondered what happened to the Jebusites? Be at Riverside Church this morning and…