The complaint of the Christian actress on Twitter reflects the tiredness of many with media which intentionally ignore matters of faith.
Students spread #CortoConElla (#BreakUpWithIt) decalogue on social networks and encourage honest decisions like “paying for copyrighted content” and “having a CV which clearly reflects my career and training.”
“It can’t be untrue, it was written by a Christian”, “At least the Gospel gets preached!”, and other weak excuses we are tempted to make.
False informative articles that are able to hit a nerve have great success on the media and social networks. It’s an old way of manipulation into which Christians fall with surprising ease.
Alejandro Cao, the regime’s Delegate for Cultural Relations with Foreign Countries, attacks evangelicals on Twitter.
Media commentator Tony Watkins introduces new website EngagingMedia.info. “We need to encourage more talented Christians to embark on media careers.”
I wonder whether our constant quest for more evolved means of communication reflects a facet of our Imago Dei (to be made in the image of God).
A journalist follows the detention of a Taiwanese citizen in China, after he displayed a R.O.C. flag. Youtube platform is used to highlight his case.
Rodica Mocan -lecturer at Babes-Bolyai Universit (Romania) - on technology's impact on us so far.
Switchfoot’s frontman publishes a new solo project. Single “Caroline” becomes one of most shared songs on Spotify worldwide.
“How wonderful to live with you Lord, thank you for loving me so much and taking care of me!”, wrote Paris Saint-Germain football star David Luiz.
Many consider that the level of commitment that Jesus asks of his followers is simply too extreme and unrealistic for today’s society. Following someone on Twitter is as far as many of us are willing to go.
Many of us write emails every day, but we still make mistakes. Jaime Rubio Hancock, from El País, gives 10 useful advices.
... Show up! Christians should not only care about the victims of a flawed system, but bring righteousness and justice to the system itself. A campaign for the UK election.
Italian Vatican expert Leonardo de Chirico looks back to the first 2 years of Pope Francis: “His popularity is more of a social media phenomenon than a real one”.
A study has found that hundreds tweet more than 150 messages per day. One in five ISIS supporters write in the English language.
Young believers in Spain launch a campaign to share the gospel on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. “An integral faith includes communicating through social media”.
February 6th, International Day of Zero Tolerance for Female Genital Mutilation. World Vision says “Education is the key”. Read the interview.