Others went out on the sea in ships; they were merchants on the mighty waters. They saw the works of the Lord, his wonderful deeds in the deep. Psalms 107:23
Twitter: The Virtual Couch
So, if you can't preach three points and a poem via Twitter, what can be done to express and enhance ministry?
"Think of social media tools such as Facebook and Twitter not as extensions of your pulpit," suggests Bettinger, "but rather as a living room sofa. A place for conversation." This is crucial. If the goal of ministry is to build a community of Christ-followers committed to the cause of the gospel and His kingdom, then it follows that somewhere early on there must be a connection that leads to a conversation. Twitter, Facebook and other such tools are tailor made for that vital ice-breaking work.
(To read the entire article, "What Would Jesus Preach?" by David R. Stokes at Preaching.com, click here).
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