1. Make peace, encourage love, seek God, stir up thinking on Facebook. Repost whatever fits those categories.
2. Don’t post if I am too tired, cranky, or depressed.
3. Don’t try to offend people, but if I do, don’t sweat it
4. FB is public: If my post isn’t appropriate to share from a pulpit, it’s not appropriate to post. No personal information, no insults, no personal rants (unless it’s funny), no passive aggressive posts, nothing crude (lightly crude is okay). Look at a post again. Is it really appropriate? If I have doubts, either check with my wife or take it off.
5. I am responsible for the content on my timeline. If someone posts slander or an insult on my timeline, then I am responsible to take it off.
6. Occasionally try to initiate discussion. Ask questions, seek input. It’s more fun if more people are involved.
7. Don’t get into long, pointless arguments. Once either I or the other are no longer listening, or we repeat ourselves, it’s time to stop.
8. Don’t be so serious. Post heavy stuff, but also exchange it with some funny. If I laugh at something, I like or share it