There is a lot of talk about how to use social media these days, but not much on how NOT use social media. Sometimes it can be just as important to know what not to do as well as what you should be doing. I happened across an interesting blog post by Peter Mead over at http://biblicalpreaching.net/, and want to pass it along to you. The purpose of this is not to just get you to nod in agreement or shake your head in disagreement; the purpose is to get you to actively think about what you are doing and how people perceive it. Remember, it is not our intention that matters so much as how people perceive what we do. And what we as pastors do reflects on the Body of Christ. Click the link below to read the article, and enjoy!