Posted by: Bob Clark | May 18, 2017

IRL Friendships

Studies conclude having a few real friendships plays a big role in our happiness. Social media threatens the establishment and nurturing of real friendships. On social media people craft an image of who they want to be rather than who they really are. Real friendships are not based on image, they are based on reality. Thankfully, we do not have to put on a show for the acceptance of real friends, or the acceptance of God. Let’s be real.

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  1. I’m right not in the midst of preparing a sermon on a the importance of befriending! Thanks for being such a great friend through the years!


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