Your ministry may not be in a place to use a web address or social media handle today, but have you considered the future? Will the right name be available and make sense to your community when they seek to find your church online?
Much of what they see and hear from the media focuses on the candidates—their records, their visions, their personalities. All of which is essential in making informed decisions. But more important is what Jesus would say to American voters.
I’ve come to the conclusion that the American church is where it is—losing members, lacking the will for change, without a vision for the future—because it is mired in the muck of not having a hope for what it could become.
With the presence of the Internet, social media and video cameras on every street corner, we live in the kind of world where it feels like we’re all being watched. Nowhere is that more evident than in the area of plagiarism.