Saturday, May 24, 2008

Adventist Review: The Role of MySpace

Adventist Review's¹ cover story recently featured MySpace and other social networking. Stephanie Kinsey and Tyler Kraft² try answering questions such as: "What roles do social networks play in the lives of Adventsts?" Are these interactive sites really witnessing tools? With many users living different lives online than the ones they portay in real life, how should Christians be like on these sites?

If you don't get Adventist Review, or can't find one lying around at your church, you can read the article online: Click here.

Also, according to Ground 7 News, the General Conference expects to have its own MySpace-like website by this summer.

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¹The Adventist Review is the Flagship journal of the Seventh-day Adventist Church

²Stephanie Kinsey is the communication director at the Northern California Conference Tyler Kraft is the communication assistant there.

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