Researches have even reported that, “Facebook is now cited in about a third of all divorce cases…”.
To help guide your discussion on this matters, we will consider five questions.
Jesus tell us in Mark 3:5, “…if a house is divided against itself, that house will not be able to stand.” For a relationship to stand the test of time requires that there be unity and not division. When a couple does not agree on something important, including social media, then they have division and are under threat of seeing their relationship break apart rather than stick together.As the father of a daughter in college, I have entered into that season of life where young single women ask me a lot of dad-esque questions.Many of those questions revolve around guys they are interested in. So, if you don’t like the life he wants to build then you are not a good fit to be together.Mark Driscoll is lead pastor of Mars Hill Church and president of the Acts 29 church planting network.[Update: Since I first posted this 10 days ago, he stepped down from leading Acts 29 and is handing over the reins to Matt Chandler.