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Facebook Page Published for "The Disturbances"

By: EthicsDaily Staff
'The Disturbances,' a feature-length film from EthicsDaily.com, is based on video interviews with 25 eyewitnesses sharing how missionaries saved lives in Nigeria in 1966. Learn more via its Facebook page.

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Faith Leaders Turn to Twitter to Express Prayers, Solidarity with the People of Paris
Faith Leaders Turn to Twitter to Express Prayers, Solidarity with the People of Paris

By: Robert Parham
In the wake of the Paris attacks, the faith community has rightly been at the forefront of lament, condemning terrorism as evil and refusing to demonize Islam.

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Blessed Is He Who Writes Without Using Smiley Faces
Blessed Is He Who Writes Without Using Smiley Faces
By: Bob Newell
Those who vociferously bemoan the disastrous decline in what was once considered polite, civil discourse might well spend a few well-chosen words of grief over the corruption of common communication.
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The Dangers of Communicating Via Social Media
The Dangers of Communicating Via Social Media
In our fast-paced times, technology provides us with tremendous conveniences as we communicate. But those quick messages via text, Twitter and Facebook carry some drawbacks.
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6 Rules for Pastors Before Posting That Blog
6 Rules for Pastors Before Posting That Blog
Social media makes it easy to let everyone know what you're thinking at the moment, which is why pastors should exercise caution with social media. Here are six guidelines to keep in mind.
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Using Facebook to Advance the Common Good
Using Facebook to Advance the Common Good
Networking is just as crucial in the digital world as it is in the physical world. Here are some ways you can help EthicsDaily.com advance the common good through Facebook.
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Learn the many ways that you can connect with EthicsDaily through social media.
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Why Your Church Needs Facebook, Twitter Presence
Why Your Church Needs Facebook, Twitter Presence

Facebook is a great way for churches to keep in touch with their own members. With Twitter, churches can interact with the wider community. Is your church connected?

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Are You Lonesome Tonight? More of Us Are
Are You Lonesome Tonight? More of Us Are
We are becoming a lonely nation. People have fewer confidants and are more likely to live alone. What will it take for us to make friends and end our isolation?
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Anti-Gay Post on Teacher’s Facebook Page Stirs Firestorm
(RNS) It began last week with a single online comment, one critical of a high school display marking Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender History Month.
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Left, Right Face Off on Facebook to Elect Online Pope
VATICAN CITY (RNS) With Pope Benedict XVI in good health, few are talking about his replacement.
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Jews Pressure Facebook over Palestinian Page
(RNS) Facebook shut down a “Third Palestinian Intifada” page and similar groups this week, prompted by complaints from Jewish groups.
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Facebook Revelations Lead to Polygamy Charges
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (RNS) A Grand Rapids man who took a bride while still married to his estranged first wife says he “made a mistake.”
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Does Facebook Succeed Where Churches Failed?
Does Facebook Succeed Where Churches Failed?
Facebook works because it fills a vacuum and counters the emptiness and loneliness people sometimes feel. Many religious communities, on the other hand, have lost the ability to connect people.
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Facebook Withdraws, Restores Pastor’s Access over Quran Controversy
PORTLAND, Ore. (RNS) Facebook revoked a Portland minister’s posting rights to his page opposing the Quran burning.
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Churches – The Place We Should Be Truly Honest
Churches – The Place We Should Be Truly Honest
Church ought to be the one place where people wrecked by life can come and be honest. While transparency isn't easy, churches that cultivate that kind of environment help congregants discover real community.
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An Open Letter to Sasha and Malia Obama
An Open Letter to Sasha and Malia Obama
Dear Sasha and Malia, your dad's been working hard for the American people. And he is doing some very good things while enduring very painful opposition and hatred.
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Face to Facebook with Jesus

To use a social networking tool, like Facebook or its competitors, there are rules to be followed, the most important of which is, to me, to be sure your time on Facebook does not replace "face time" with real human beings.

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