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-Things for Ministers to Avoid on Social Media

Saturday, October 21st, 2017

It is important for ministers and church leaders to have some kind of presence on Social Media. Nevertheless there are major ways that leaders can actually undermine their ministry in the process. Read my article about this @Blogging Ministry:  -Pastors and Social media: Five Mistakes to Avoid Here’s a recent article from Christianity Today that […]

-Google Bias Against Conservative Websites?

Wednesday, October 4th, 2017

There have been a number of recent articles claiming that Google is biased against conservative websites causing loss of traffic and income while actually artificially promoting those on the left.  Here’s the most poignant report that I have found on this subject. From PJ Media: A new research paper from Leo Goldstein claims to have […]

-Obama’s ‘Internet Giveaway’ Could Lead to U.N. Control?

Monday, August 29th, 2016

It doesn’t make any sense, but President Obama has insisted that the US give up its control over the Internet. Nevertheless, it is scheduled by Executive Order to happen a month from now on September 30, 2016. Now it comes out that the United Nations may end up with control over the Net even though […]

-Could ‘Net Neutrality’ Regulations Result in Feds Controlling Content?

Monday, May 11th, 2015

The two Republican members on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which recently passed new “net neutrality” regulations, are both concerned that this could ultimately lead to Federal bureaucrats or worse yet Federal political appointees controlling content on the Internet. The fear is that the new ‘regs’ might be used in ways that are somewhat comparable […]

-Florida: Teacher Suspended for Anti-Gay Marriage Comments on Facebook

Thursday, August 18th, 2011

                                 (Image via Wikipedia) Jerry Buell,who teaches social studies at Mount Dora High School, received a ‘Teacher of the Year’ award in 2010. But this year he was suspended by his district for making anti-gay marriage comments on his personal Facebook page. In response to the legalization of same-sex marriage in New York, Jerry wrote […]

-Computer to Marry a Couple of Geeks?

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

On Saturday a Houston couple, Miguel Hanson and Diana Wesley, plan to have a computer stand in as the minister and conduct their wedding ceremony. The couple will stand before a 30-inch monitor in the backyard of Hanson’s parents and let the robotic voice of their computer greet the guests and go through all of […]

-Now even the Pope Tweets?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

For those who continue to make fun of all the Millions ‘Tweeting’ away their lives, now even the Pope tweets.  Pope Benedict XVI sent out a message on Twitter to publicize the launch of the Vatican’s new website-  News.va, The following was the pope’s first message: "Dear Friends, I just launched http://t.co/fVHpS9y Praised be our […]

-The 5th Anniversary

Saturday, March 5th, 2011

Today is the 5th anniversary of this blog and my humble start in the blogosphere. In that time I have observed many different trends and changes. I have also seen many good blogs and bloggers come and go. Here’s a link to my very first article: “Technophobe Starts Blog” Millions of folks started blogging in […]

-Couple are Conducting a Poll on Whether to Abort Their Baby?

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

       (Image via Wikipedia) Yes it is actually true. A US couple are conducting a poll online to let the public vote on whether or not they should abort or keep their baby. Pete and Alisha Arnold have set up a website to allow people to vote and share their thoughts. Also visitors can view […]

-Thou Shall Not Use Facebook?

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

                                     ( Logo via Wikipedia) a New Jersey pastor has added a new commandment to the list that he expects his leaders to abide by: ‘Thou shall not use Facebook’. The Rev. Cedric Miller of Living Word Christian Fellowship Church in Neptune, NJ has ordered his staff of 50 married church leaders to delete their […]