Flashback: “Some Posting Motivation”

Flashback

Yes, Facebook can be redemptive! But only if our motivation is heaven-bent.

Please enjoy yet some more poeticality from AMBrewster as he redeems the social post in “Some Posting Motivation.”

Some Posting Motivation

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“Stop blaming Jesus . . . .” – Quote

“Stop blaming Jesus for your pacifism.” Click To Tweet
"Stop blaming Jesus for your pacifism."

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Flashback: “Reflections on Being Jesus”

Flashback

“There’s a crushing, beautiful weight that accompanies being cast to play Jesus on stage. It’s not humbling, it’s humiliating. It’s the impossible role, because I could never get it 100% right. But it’s a vital part that every Christian must play.”

-Aaron M. Brewster

AMBrewster had the significant pleasure of playing Jesus Christ on stage for seven years in three different productions. Here are some of his insights for every Christian on stage and off. Click here to read more.

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“. . . but only a few worshipped.” – Quote

“A multitude went out to question Jesus, but only a few worshipped.” Click To Tweet

Only a Few Worshipped

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How to Kill a Christian

How to Kill a Christian

How do you kill a Christian in America . . . and get away with it?

Imagine an America where killing Christians is not only socially acceptable, but also considered beneficial and even enjoyable. What social dynamics would have to exist in order for a society to reach this point?

Let’s do a little reverse engineering.

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Flashback: “To Show the Christ”

Flashback

A few years back Mr. Brewster took his love for poetry and the unique experience of portraying Christ on stage and crafted a weighty poem entitled “To Show the Christ.” One can only do so much, and in the end the greatest we can do is show the Christ.

You can read that poem for yourself by clicking here.

 

“If God is who He says He is . . . . ” – Quote

“If God is who He says He is, and we are who He says we are . . . then as Christians we have nothing to complain about.” Click To Tweet

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Flashback: “Can Facebook Be Redemptive?”

Flashback

What is Facebook? Are social media sites really any different than verbal communication?

In “Can Facebook Be Redemptive,” AMBrewster discusses the real purpose for Facebook and provides 10 ways to accomplish that purpose.

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“Do you want . . . .” – Quote

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"Do you want . . . ." - Quote

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What Your Friend’s Snarky Facebook Post Says About You

Snarky Facebook

Pretend you’re scrolling down your newsfeed.

Don’t actually do it! I’ll lose you for the next three hours.

Just pretend.

So, you’re scrolling along and you see “that friend” has posted yet another snarky comment. You read the post (despite your better judgement), and you’re as annoyed as you knew you would be. They’re so arrogant/annoying/asinine/audacious!

Then comes the well-known internal debate as to whether or not you should take the time to respond. Oh, how you wish Facebook had a “Dislike” button.

However, what happens next is not the subject of this article.

Let’s rewind.

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