Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer. Romans 12:12

Proclaiming the Good News … through Social Media

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Some time ago I wrote a series of three articles on reaching out with the Gospel through social media.  These ran in the September, October, and November Issues of The Canadian Lutheran.  If anyone is interested you can check out each of the articles by following the links below.

Social networking is such a fluid thing, it is changing day-by-day, and while it can all be so confusing for someone as “old-school” as me (I prefer my games on a board not on the TV, and my phone on the wall in my home, not in my pocket), I am constantly dumbfounded by the possibilities!  I would love to hear what you think … were these articles useful, or did I miss the mark?  What would you add?  What possibilities most intrigue you?

Online For The Lord:

Proclaiming the Good News – in a word.

Proclaiming the Good News – just picture it.

Proclaiming the Good News – bringing it all together.

If you haven’t had the chance to read this great publication called The Canadian Lutheran you can find copies online HERE.

I would encourage you all to have a look … it really is worth your time!


Author: kenmaher

When I'm not working I enjoy Astronomy, Camping, Comic Books, Epic Fantasy Novels, Games (both playing and designing), Hiking, Juggling, Sci-fi, and building strange things out of pvc pipe. I also enjoy being an honorary pre-schooler with my four great children ... much to their mother's dismay.

One thought on “Proclaiming the Good News … through Social Media

  1. Hey Ken,

    I’ve been meaning to thank you for your recent articles in the Canadian Lutheran. They’ve certainly been insightful pieces and remind me of the everyday opportunities I have online to be a witness for Christ.

    Blessed Advent and Merry Christmas!


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