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Jeremy Crooks

Jeremy grew up in Sydney Australia. He has tertiary qualifications in business, training, and Bible. With experience in both church ministry and corporate human resources, Jeremy has a strong interest in how faith is demonstrated in our homes and workplaces. You can contact Jeremy at


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    Jason Harris

    Great post. Thanks for that. I find myself constantly having to challenge myself in these matters. It is so easy to speak the wrong thing, or at the wrong time, or to the wrong people, or from the wrong motive…

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    Good post.
    I don’t trust myself to blog anymore (a sad reality to arrive at huh). I find it hard enough to guard my tongue let alone my pen.

    That said, I’ve been incredibly blessed through the blogs of mature Christians.

    I read this amazing blog post the other day:

    Not sure if we’re allowed to link on this site but it blessed me and maybe it’ll bless you.

    God is good.

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    Jeremy Crooks


    I understand what you are saying. I have caught myself being to impulsive in my use of social media. While I have not deleted my Facebook account, I have deleted and other social sites from my mobile devices. If I am going to publish, I will do it deliberately and in moderation. We really are not as strong as we think we are.

    One of the blessings of withdrawing from social media has been drawing closer to God. With less online noise, I am now able to hear God’s voice more clearly.


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    “One of the blessings of withdrawing from social media has been drawing closer to God. ”


    A blessing indeed.


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