Sept 22, 2012 – Sermon on “Facebook! .. The New Amen Corner!” by Nathan Lawson

Nathan Lawson’s sermon “Facebook! .. The New Amen Corner!” combined encouragement to use Facebook to represent well 1. the Christian Life, 2. Christ in His Church, and 3. the glorious Hope of Christian Life with some admonition against the misuse of Facebook.

Nathan used the following scriptures: 1 Chron. 16:36, Ps. 72:19, Mat. 6:9-13, 2 Cor. 1:20, Rev. 1:18 + 22:20, Col. 3:17, Matt. 5:16, Phil.4:8, Ps. 19:14

Listen to audio of the sermon here -> 9-22-12 sermon

Nathan Lawson is an Elder at the Conroe Church of God 7th Day and lives in Conroe, TX.  He is the retired pastor of the Conroe church and was preaching by request.

To make a comment, click on the word Comment below, it may say No Comment, that means you will be the first to comment and if it says 2 Comments, guess what?

You also may want to view this blog and other COG7 Conroe information via Daniel Imrecke’s SmartPhone App. You can install this app on your iPhone by clicking on the following hyperlink : 

The Droid and perhaps Windows Phone currently do not fully support the SmartPhone App


3 Responses to “Sept 22, 2012 – Sermon on “Facebook! .. The New Amen Corner!” by Nathan Lawson”

  1. Jeff says:

    I appreciate the focus on Christian Facebook activity. However, Facebook usage can be a disorder. There is a condition named Facebook Addiction Disorder Syndrome (FAD). An article found on lists the following characteristics of FAD.

    1. The first thing you do in the morning is to check your Facebook account.
    2. Whenever you are not online, you daydream of all the comments and status updates that have been received recently.
    3. You spend hours and hours on Face book (or in short waste a lot of precious time).
    4. Your day ends only after a last check of your Facebook account and wishing everyone ‘Goodnight’ as a status update.

    I myself follow the news rather closely during the day. Maybe there is a syndrome for that like Internet News Addiction disorder (INA).


  2. Michael Smith says:

    I enjoyed the sermon very much. I kept wanting to say amen and so will anyone that listens to it here.

  3. Gladys McCoy says:

    Enjoyed your sermon, Nathan. Wish that my grandkids could have heard it. I do understand the “Addiction” possibility regarding Facebook, as Jeff mentioned. I have noticed this is some instances. Thanks for your insights!


Leave a Reply