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Texting Vocabulary

Eph 4:29 says "Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths (or texting fingers), but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen." NIV

Recommended Christting Rules/guidelines  

Christting is a positive activity designed to encourage, educate, socialize, and stimulate prayer within an established group. Please observe the following when participating in Christting:

  • No Christting while driving.
  • No obscene, embarrassing hurtful language or photos.
  • Used for building up and encouraging those within group.
  • Never used to hurt or diminish others outside group
  • Private & personal. Should stay within the confines of group.
  • Keep groups same sex. Undesirable dependency & attractions can be avoided.
  • Not to interfere with personal quiet time with God.  Should deepen & increase relationship with Christ.
  • Use a D at the end to signify the Christting Bible study is done.
  • Always start with a G when addressing group, indicates message was sent to  entire group.  
  • Omit the G, when texting an individual. 
  • Always place initials at end to identify author of text to group. Additional guidelines should be added to encourage & protect your specific group.
  • Distribute rules to group.

Many email systems have SMS (texting) abilities build into their email like Google's gmail. You can send texts from your computer to a phone.

This service uses a computer to send out a text to a phone. http://www.textsendr.com/.

Click here for a printable copy of these rules  

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