By Christians, For Everyone

This post is part of my Write 31 Days Challenge series, based on results of the Online Christian Creative Survey.  Click here to see all posts in the series

Sometimes, the online Christian world feels like a whole lot of preaching to the choir.  By Christians, for Christians.  That’s why the response to this question in the Online Christian Creative Survey is so encouraging to me.

When asked to describe their online presence ….

64% are targeting a Christian audience, but that means more than 35% of Christians online are actively making their content relatable to non-Christians.

Shine your light in dark places by tackling tough subjects with love and grace. We all know that the internet, and especially social media, can be a dark and scary place.  Depressing news, hurtful arguments and unthinkable things that are downright evil.  It’s so bad, that some Christians swear off social media completely.

But I don’t believe God called us to put our heads in the sand.  No, Jesus was right there in the middle of the biggest controversies of the day, speaking truth in love, bringing people together, encouraging unity.

We have the responsibility to do that today. So I’m thankful for the 35% of you out there shining your light in the dark places.

We have the responsibility to do that today.


Even if you are targeting Christians, how can you make your content more relatable to those of different beliefs?  If you are writing on difficult, controversial topics, are you doing it without attacking individuals?

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