These days, it seems everyone is eager to put their two cents in. The pull and pressure to join the conversation is particularly strong for those of us who live by the pen. If we aren’t careful, deadlines, daily social media quotas, and the strong speech of others can bully us into writing and posting things that we otherwise wouldn’t and probably shouldn’t.
(This post is written by Angela Sanders – link below).
Scripture says, “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen” (Eph. 4:29)
To my Christian friends who also happen to be bloggers, understand that our responsibility to present all aspects of the Gospel clearly, build up the Body, and promote unity among our brothers and sisters in Christ far outweighs any obligation we may have, real or imagined, to produce and publish words or express an opinion.
This being true, here is a simple checklist that you can use to hold yourself accountable when posting original content, responding to comments on that content, and offering feedback on the original content of others.
Read the full post here:
Before you Post: A Five-Question Heart Check for Christian Bloggers