And He said to them, "Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men." Mat 4:19
Ok folks, we are now able to follow Divine Mercy Life Teen and Edge on Instagram and Twitter (@divinemercylte)! And if you have not joined our Facebook group, what have you been doing?!?!
All joking aside does being present on today's social media make an organization more evangelical? Furthermore do following religious people or groups aid us on our journey with our God?
I certainly do not have an answer at the moment as these thoughts bubble up on me but I do know this; everyone, and I mean all of us have followers. We all are leaving footprints on our journey. The real question, are our footprints worth following? And if so, where are they leading?
Have a great week! See you at Mass! -ryan
Ryan began using his gifts for the church shortly after high school starting with music ministry at his parish and then on to campus ministry at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has since also served as a parish youth minister and Coordinator of Adolescent Formation. Ryan shares the good news of the gospel hoping to compassionately inspire a response to Jesus’ invitation to follow Him and "become fishers of men." Ryan currently serves as full time Youth Minister here at Divine Mercy Parish.