A new study published on emarketer.com indicates “The anonymity of the Internet leads people to behave differently than they do face-to-face.” Sure you could take that to mean people feel empowered to misbehave online, but it also indicates an opportunity to meet new people and have spiritual conversations with people who might be reluctant to do either in an offline setting. What do you think?
The following is a guest blog article by Wendy Spoon, web administrator for First Grace Church in Glenpool, OK. Slovakia. Just the name both thrilled and frightened me. My husband and I were going on our first Missions trip together. I was excited for the opportunity, but at the same time intimidated. I mean, I’m […]