November 12, 2012 by Scott 2 Comments
Jeremy Buzzard says
November 22, 2012 at 6:00 pm
Hi Scott, just came over from michaelhyatt.com after listening to the most recent podcast. I like the idea you have going here. The title graphic looks great!
As for Facebook, if I understand your question right, I think it is worth it. For me, at this point in my life, FB is about a public platform by which I can preach the gospel. I don’t know that anyone will truly be changed or converted by what I say. But as it is in the real world where we consider the words we speak to have power and influence, so it should be in the virtual world. We should still be light in a dark place. I have other thoughts, but that was the first that came to mind.
I do also think that people often react poorly to FB when they expect it to be something that it’s not. All the opposing political opinions didn’t make me mad and want to un-friend people. Rather, I realize that I have an incredibly broad audience into which I can speak life, whether they hear and receive it or not. But that part isn’t up to me. Make sense?
Scott Moore says
November 23, 2012 at 1:48 am
Thanks for checking out my site and for your comments. I agree. I do get discouraged sometimes, but the world is a dark place desperately in need of the Light, whether online or in person. Keep up the good work.
If you like what I’m doing here, you may want to check out my friend Todd Wilson’s stuff at http://www.familymanweb.com. I host a podcast with him (The Familyman Show with Todd Wilson – clever title, huh?). Thanks again!