simple question. Your task is to read the chapter, read the devotion, and post a response to thequestion on our Facebook page.SLIDEWe have a Facebook page—it looks like this. I think we’re up to about 110 peoplewho have liked the page. What this means is we have 110 people who see Chain of Lakeswhenever something is posted on the page. A lot of these 110 people are folks who live in thenorth Metro and are not part of Chain of Lakes. When they see activity on our page they will become even more aware of Chain of LakesSLIDEThis is the reading for tomorrow. I’ve already posted it.The experiment is to see if we can get some conversation going on the devotion. Let’s taketomorrow’s reading for example. In the first chapter of Luke Mary, the mother of Jesus, shared a prayer of praise. It’s called the Magnificat. I asked people to share a quality of God for which you praise God. That’s all you have to do.Besides generating conversation our Facebook posts will get attention from everyone’sFacebook page. When you make a comment all of your Facebook friends will come into contactwith Chain of Lakes. You are practicing evangelism by writing a post.I understand that not everyone uses Facebook and some people believe that Facebook is a big waste of time. I told Hannah that I wished she would spend as much time reading as she doeson Facebook. Facebook is only a tool to share our message.One of the Core Values is Relevance. Jesus successfully communicated his message byusing examples and symbols of first century culture. We will be open to using examples andsymbols of our culture to communicate Jesus’ message.