“If you can’t find a single person who looks to you as a mentor, something is wrong with you. And social media doesn’t count. I’m talking about flesh-and-blood humans who mimic your actions. This requires living a life that’s worth duplicating, which is quite a bit harder than posting pictures and quotes.”

Francis Chan. “Letters to the Church”

This quote really got me thinking about being real. Being genuine. Looking hard at my own life and at those that “follow” me. Is it a consistent experience to follow me online and in real life? Is the way I am living, the way I follow Jesus, the way I love people, is this something I would want duplicated in others?

These are difficult questions and they make me mindful of how I present myself online.

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