29Nov

celebrating Kingdom content

Today we spill over from last week and give thanks for the massive amount of God-inspired content onine ready to be discovered, harvested, and shared with hungry hearts around the globe.

Ask yourself a few questions as you seek out content to share with your online communities.

What do you love? Do you love sports? Do you love studying God’s word? Do you love marketing or technology? Do you enjoy history or politics? Are you an advocate for cancer research? Are you into the stock market? Do you love books?

What inspires YOU?


Whatever your niche of wonderment or expertise, your social networking goal is to pepper the everyday things you love with biblical content. This allows you to uniquely bring God’s voice into all you do.  That’s everything from a popular YouTube video of a cat playing the drums to a smackdown sermon by T. D. Jakes or an inspiring music video by Michael Gungor. Wherever the Holy Spirit leads you, share it. It’s His job to prepare hearts to receive it.

As an ambassador for Christ, you have His content as your content. There are not enough days in your lifetime to exhaust the mysteries, the depth, the heights, or the dimensions of His life-changing, soul-morphing truth.

You are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, His own special people, that you may proclaim the praises of Him who called you out of darkness into His marvelous light; who once were not a people but are now the people of God, who had not obtained mercy but now have obtained mercy.

1 Peter 2:9–10, NKJV

Mix it up. Keep it real. Remember: if you wax about one thing all the time at social gatherings, people will eventually see you coming and promptly go (or run) the other way. Be mindful not to be the 24/7 Jesus channel in HD.  The same holds true in a social networking environment. Speak to people online the way you would face-to-face. Become known as the person in the room listening, responding appropriately, sharing positively . . . and having a great time doing it.

What are your favorite gold mines for Christian content online? How do like to share what you find?

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  • Toni

    Godtube.com & Tangle.com are great for videos with great Christian content you can trust. I also love going to my favorite church sites and finding sermons from my favorite pastors (Steve Berger, Paul Washer, David Landrith, Wade Mikels, Chip Ingram) and finding a sermon that applies to either what I’m going through, a friend is going through or the “cultural pulse.” I post the sermon link and some intriging highlights to get people to go deeper. This has been super helpful for the people in my communities.

  • http://twitter.com/SandraHeskaKing SandraHeskaKing

    I love it all. I think that’s why I love writing. Learn a little here. Learn a little there. Put a spin on it. Share it. I especially love finding the deep in the superficial, the extraordinary in the ordinary. I’ll bet I could pull something out of staring at a dirty stovetop. 😉

  • Toni

    We share that “gathering,” passion. And, having a “sharing” spirit on fire for growing others is at the core of writing, gathering, evangelism … I think. And yes, I’ll give you a witness & an amen, I’ve seen you pull something out of nothing – the mark of a great communicator! Keep spilling those words girl … and sharing them with the world! #All4Him