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Poll: Should 412teens blog about trends and news stuff?

Have you ever wondered how you, as a young Christian, are supposed to react to things that you see in the news, on your feeds, and getting posted on social media? How should a young Christian respond to things like the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, what Gungor said about the Bible, the super volcano in Yellowstone, or all the crazy events happening in the middle east?

I've been thinking that you guys might have opinons or questions about this stuff and/or you're wondering what the Christian perspective should be, based on what we know in God's Word. Is that something that you would like to see on the 412teens blog? Or am I totally off base?

If you have a second, and I hope you do since you've been here long enough to read this, cast your vote in the poll below to let us know if you're interested in future posts about current things going on in the world and on the internet.

Should 412teens blog about news, trends, and other social media stuff?
Yes, I'd read it!
No, not interested.
Don't have an opinion, but I wanted to click something, so...
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Thanks for taking the time to chime in! If you have any other comments, questions, or whatever to add to the conversation, please feel free to leave a comment, and I'll respond there. :)


By: Catiana Nak Kheiyn

Cat is the web producer and editor of 412teens.org and loves to write novellas with local young writers at her workshops. She also contributes at GotQuestions.org, Blogos.org, and GQkidz.org. When Catiana is not writing or hanging out with teens, she loves spending time with her two kids, five socially awkward cats, and her amazing friend-amily.

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