New Jersey Pastor Cedric Miller tells church leaders to delete their Facebook accounts

By on Nov 19, 2010 in Internet, Technology, United States, World Comments

New Jersey Pastor Cedric Miller tells his church leaders to delete their Facebook accounts, according to international websites on Thursday.

According to reports, Miller said his church leaders to get rid of Facebook as he said he also plans to delete his Facebook account this weekend.

Cedric Miller, a Reverend Pastor of Living Word Christian Fellowship Church apparently told the news that he is giving his church leaders to get off from Facebook until Sunday or to resign from their posts.

The pastor, who was said to be happily married and has six children, strongly advised his married church leaders to leave Facebook permanently and said that ‘temptation is strong in Facebook’.

“What happens is someone from yesterday surfaces, it leads to conversations and there have been physical meet-ups”. He was quoted as saying.

Apparently, about 20 married couples of his church out of 1,100 members suffered from marital problems after the spouse met their former sweethearts through Facebook.

Nevertheless, Miller admits that Facebook has been an effective tool for him to invite people to attend social gatherings, as well as to share the Word of God.

However, the pastor said the negative effect on marriages is just too much to bear.



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