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There are around 350 million active Facebook users along with 70 different language translations. More than eight billion moments united are spent on Facebook daily worldwide. Of the 350 million Facebook users, 5.4 million of them claim some denomination of Christianity (Zuckerberg 1). Facebook has been knocked by the media for issues like online predators, hackers, and reduced growth. A bigger problem to be concerned about is that the overuse of Facebook replacing the imperative bodily relationships we need to fellowship with each other. It's a sad fact that we're so busy we cannot find time to carve out an hour at the week to visit church. From convenience, more people turn to Facebook as an area to spill their frustrations and praises to the status update query: "What's on your mind?" If people are imagining and fellowshipping on Facebook, then what is the job of the Church from the virtual world? Even though the overuse and abuse of Facebook has adverse consequences, it is so widely used that it creates a strong evangelical tool for Christians to associate and encourage each other as well as reach out to others in need. Facebook is used all around the planet, so it's not hard to get in touch with friends and family who don't live near you. As an example, a pal of yours is having a hard time, and you really wish to be there to assist them. The issue is that they live on the opposing side of the country. It would be illogical to drop your work, college, and household to fly across the nation for a couple of days. This is where the convenience of Facebook comes in to play. You can't give a friend in need a "virtual hug" and expect the exact same outcome as a physical embrace. You can however give them words of encouragement on their wall or stay informed about their own lives and...