Top Adventist Social Media Faux Pas

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If you’re looking for some cringe-worthy Adventist social media moments, look no further than these  faux pas:

Posting a picture of yourself enjoying a refreshing glass of grape juice, but forgetting to clarify that it’s actually unfermented grape juice and not wine.

Playing the self-appointed holy warrior in the comments section, who is more concerned about proving A point than showing Christ’s love.

Sharing personal information or images about other Adventists without their consent, and then acting surprised when they unfriend you faster than you can say “Sabbath potluck.”

Posting excessively about your Adventist activities or beliefs, and making sure to use at least 20 hashtags per post, including #blessed, #Adventistlife, and #veganforjesus.

Facebragging about your super exotic vacation/mission trip

Over-posting pictures of your morning devotion, complete with multiple EGW quotes.

Deciding every new flavor of vegetarian meat substitute is a sign of the end times and then spamming all your followers with your paranoid predictions.

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