What Would Jesus Do on Social Media

 

30 Bible Lessons and Bible Journaling Ideas

This class includes 30 Bible study lessons with Bible journal ideas. In each lesson we will examine Bible passages to see how Jesus would respond on social media. After all, it is interacting with people–it is real-life–people's feelings can be hurt. In some networks, we might be the only Christian a person ever interacts with. Our words can encourage or discourage others.

Social media has become part of our daily lives. These networks have opened new possibilities for devising and learning new information, sharing ideas and connecting with others. This has changed the way people interact and carry on with their everyday lives. We can join groups of other like-minded people.

Some warn Christians to stay away from social media. I don't agree. To turn away completely would be similar to telling people not to use a phone or television when they became available. New things are not evil. Social media, TV, and phone are all tools like a hammer is a tool. It can be used to help build a house or to commit murder.

With new possibilities come new potential problems. It is easy to get too involved with social media and neglect family responsibilities. It seems easier to get into arguments to say the wrong thing because you are not conversing fact to face. Some Christians are sweet and kind at church, but once they tap that Facebook app they transform into angry political activists.

 

How it Works

  • Log in each day to read the verses and devotional (this is a self-paced class, don't worry if you miss days)
  • Print out the Bible Prompt Check List from the Introduction page (for travelers notebook or dex cards)
  • Each day copy the verse into your favorite journal material: notebook, Bible margin, or memory dex card, etc.
  • An optional printable and digital kit is available at the Bible Journal Love Etsy Shop 
  • Share your Bible journaling and discuss what you have learned in the Bible Journal Love Facebook Group

Bible Journaling Options  

IN A BIBLE

You can cut and paste images into a Journaling Bible or use a digital Bible. 

IN A NOTEBOOK

The most popular option is to create a Treasure Journal. You can do this by printing and cutting out images or creating pages digitally. 

MEMORY DEX CARDS

The quickest option is journaling on four-inch Memory Dex Cards (Printable or digital). Beautifully displayed in Dex Card Box. 

YOUR INSTRUCTOR

 

Hi, I'm Robin Sampson. 

Over 20 years ago I found a structured strategy to unlock the treasures of God's Word to see it as one unified story. We journal through the entire Bible in one year using the 12 Bible Eras method studying each era for one month. 

BibleJournalClasses is a nonprofit organization. Proceeds go to research, lesson development, and artwork. 

Here's How It Works 

 

1. Download the Kit

An optional printable and digital kit are available.

2. Log in and Learn

Log in each day to read the verses and devotional (self-paced). In the comfort of your home or when you're on the go - conveniently with our mobile app.

3. Bible Journal

Copy the verse into your favorite journal item: notebook, Bible margin, or memory dex card, etc. 

4. Share with the Group and/or Ask Questions

Discuss what you have learned in the Bible Journal Love Facebook GroupYou can ask questions directly in each lesson and inside our Facebook group. 

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WWJD IN SOCIAL MEDIA CLASS

 

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WWJD IN SOCIAL MEDIA CLASS AND KIT

 

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