Being on Guard

In my last post, “Staying Connected”, I highlighted the benefits of being connected in the digital, mobile world.  I still believe it is very importance for us to be connected.  HOWEVER, in Sunday’s Washington Post, I was reminded that for every good thing to help us minister better, there are pitfalls and opportunities for Satan to mess with us and prevent us from being as effective as we need to be.

Please take a minute to read this article.  It actually involves an Assistant Principle at the local High School in my town.  Even thought it involves an Assistant Principle (not a person in ministry), I couldn’t help but think that this could be any of us!

I hope you can take time to read this article as it cause me to make sure I am on Guard.

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