Our church members know that our former intern is the master of social media. Take a moment to read this post. I’m disheartened that he’s already having to deal with people who would rather report than engage, but I think he has penned an excellent response. –Rev. Anne Russ
… to the person who reported me to the General Presbyter.
TL;DR version: I apologize for offending you. Let’s talk.
Recently, someone reported to the General Presbyter of the presbytery in which I am currently located how I had posted something offensive on social media. Tons of emotions swirled in my head as I had the meeting with the GP. Anger, frustration, sorrow, and confusion were rampant in my brain and heart. I am not being censured and I am not in trouble in any form or fashion, but I am still very upset about this instance.
And after almost a day of thinking, I am upset with myself most of all. You see, I have spent significant time cultivating my online communities. I have spent lots of time on Twitter and Facebook developing friendships and camaraderie spanning multiple communities and parts of my life. I have developed relationships intended…
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