Facebook and church discipline

Facebook provides an interesting look for pastors into the lives of their congregation. Sometimes very interesting. But should information gleaned from Facebook or social media be used by pastors as spiritual tools, or even reason for church discipline? Father Gary LaMoine of Assumption Church in Barnesville, MN says a post from a 17-year-old parishioner Lennon 

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Pastoral Stress

We all know that serving the church is stressful.  Extremely stressful. Well, a new study by the British Psychological Society has a simple solution that will help cut your stress level.  And I think you should try it right now. Here it is… Shut of your smartphone and ignore your social networks. In fact… here 

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Mom on Facebook?

This infographic from Flowtown shows the trends of older Americans on social networking sites.  This number is increasing dramatically. Take a look at this: Found here. So… just wondering?  Is YOUR mom on Facebook? (Mine is… and she’s 89!) Todd Tweet Share Share1 Pin +1 Reddit StumbleTotal Shares 1

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