Everyone on the Internet is Real – mistakes, forgiveness and the ministry of encouragement

Welcome to part two of a conversation between Doug Bursch and me on our philosophies of social media and how to have a ministry of encouragement on line. On Monday I hosted the first part where we answered two questions:

  1. What is your philosophy of ministry for social media? and
  2. How has your social media philosophy of ministry facilitated meaningful interactions and relationships?

Doug hosts today’s portion where we tackle some mistakes we’ve each made and offer some suggestions for overcoming them and how you can be effective on line with your words and encouragement too. Whether you have a blog, a Twitter or Facebook account, or merely read and occasionally comment, we hope to help you learn more about the reality of the people you meet on line.

Click here to get to part two at Doug’s blog.


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