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💬 Self-Reflection Time

1. How has social media impacted your daily life as a Christian?

2. Do you find it challenging to navigate the toxic environment of social media while sharing your faith? Why or why not?

3. What can we learn from Jesus as a master storyteller and how can we apply those principles to our social media presence?

4. In what ways can we be more approachable and relatable on social media, just like Jesus was?

5. How can we actively listen to others' stories on social media and engage with them authentically?

6. Why is it important to share our own stories on social media in a way that aligns with our faith?

7. How can we capture the attention of our social media followers and keep them engaged, just like Jesus did with his listeners?

8. How can being authentic, relatable, and passionate in our storytelling on social media make a positive impact on the online community?

9. How can we ensure that our use of social media brings glory to God and reflects the teachings of Jesus?

10. Have you ever struggled with comparing yourself to others on social media? How did you overcome it?

11. What steps can we take to balance being authentic on social media while still maintaining privacy and protecting our personal lives?

💭 Analogy Time

Imagine social media as a magical recipe book, filled with all sorts of ingredients and flavors. Now, Jesus, being the master chef, knows exactly how to use these ingredients to create a delicious feast for the soul. He doesn't just throw random ingredients together, but carefully selects the ones that will make people's taste buds dance with joy.

First, Jesus adds a dash of approachability and relatability. Just like how a friendly and down-to-earth chef makes everyone feel welcome in the kitchen, Jesus spent time with people, listened to their stories, and shared his own. Similarly, on social media, we can be like chefs who listen attentively to others and share our own stories, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Next, Jesus stirs in passion and energy. Just like a chef who skillfully tosses ingredients in a sizzling pan, Jesus knew how to captivate his audience and keep them engaged. Likewise, on social media, we can add our own flair by being intentional and creative with the content we share. Using captivating images, videos, and other media, we can create a feast for the eyes and hearts of our followers.

Lastly, Jesus sprinkles in authenticity, relatability, and passion in just the right amounts. Just like a chef who seasons their dish with the perfect blend of spices, Jesus knew that authenticity, being true to oneself, and having genuine passion for what you're sharing is the key to a memorable meal.


Similarly, on social media, we should strive to be our authentic selves, sharing our faith in a way that resonates with others.

So, let's grab our virtual aprons and join Jesus in the social media kitchen. By carefully following his recipe of approachability, passion, and authenticity, we can create a mouthwatering impact on the online community, where every bite brings glory to God.

Dive Deeper

  • How can Christians use 1 Corinthians 10:31 as a guiding principle for creating authentic content on social media? What specific actions and values does this verse suggest for their online presence?

  • In light of Galatians 1:10, how can we foster a healthy perspective on self-worth in the age of social media? What are some practical steps we can take to align our sense of self-worth with our service to Christ rather than seeking validation through likes and shares?

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