Tell It To Me Face-To-Face
Social media has afforded many people the opportunity to say things in written form that they probably would not say in public. This is a change in our culture that can be good, or it may not be. Personally, I would rather you say it to my face. I mean even people who speak highly of the LORD on Facebook, but will not open their mouths in praise service at church.
On the other end, some will voice a negative opinion about a person, their church or a controversial issue on twitter, but will not say a word when they are confronted with the same thing in person. Of course, not all social media is bad. But for some, it has become a "city of refuge" where they can throw their rocks while hiding their hands.