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We could sit here all day discussing the pros and cons found within media, especially those of social media. It’s a hot topic that brings forth much debate. I consider myself thankful that I didn’t grow up with social media as I look at youth around me now who are affected by it on several different levels. Nonetheless, at the same time, media—social, digital, and print alike—are effective communication tools for not only personal use but corporate, too. They allow us to communicate important topics in a variety of ways, to a variety of people, across a variety of nations. However, is it possible that the realm of media is over-saturated? If so, is it possible to do anything about this over-saturation, to distinguish from it?
One of society’s most widely perceived ‘liberties’ has to do with coming of age and permission. As we age, we are often granted more trust and responsibility, even enough to make our own decisions. Though, walking with Jesus shows us that maturity is not necessarily synonymous with the idea of no longer having to ask the permission of those above us.
If you’ve hung out around the Church in the past year or so or if you’re a Christian Instagram user, you’ve probably heard of the Enneagram by now. For those of us who haven’t yet, the Enneagram is a personality type theory that argues nine different personality types exist in the world.
Regardless of the area of ministry you’ve been serving in in your church, if you’ve been serving there for some time now, you can likely attest to the fact that once you’ve gotten the hang of what it is you’re doing, it becomes easy to take off from there.