Some good advice for bloggers, speakers and all who communicate - don't speak unless you have something to say:
The life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. The miracles, signs, and wonders. The beauty of the gospel. The power of the Spirit. The transformation of lives yielded to and redeemed by God. Peter and John had seen all of it, and they could not help but speak about it. They had a story to tell and, come hell or high water, they were going to tell it. Because they had to. They couldn’t help it. They had experienced God Almighty and they would not, could not be silent.
That, my friends, is a place from which we should use media: when we have a story we can’t help but tell.
If you lack that sense of conviction about the message you’re communicating with media—if, in other words, your story can wait—it’s time to put down the media toys and do something about that. Seek an encounter with God Almighty, seek an experience in which you see and hear things that are truly transformational. Then, pick up your pen and paper, open up your laptop, sign into your blogging client, put a fresh battery in your video camera, launch Photoshop, or do whatever it is you do to communicate, because you’ll have an urgent story to tell.
Until then, stop using media.