Heres the random collections of bits and pieces that makes up this weeks roundup:
Maybe you need a shot of this stuff?
“Well, who else is there? I mean you lot, all you do is eat chips, go to bed and watch telly, while all the time underneath you there’s a war going on.”
Taken from “Rose”.
Reminded me of the youth club for some reason…
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Ok. I know that alot of our guests on the church sofa have met us on Twitter… but a fair few people also don’t seem to know a lot about it…
Well here’s a couple of links for you:
Big Bible Project presents a guide to #Twitter for Christians. It ranges from discussing how the Church embraces new technology, to how Twitter is used.
Once you’ve given that a read –
DigiMission guides you through signing up for a Twitter account!
If you do decide to sign up for Twitter account don’t forget to
For those that are confused… We used to post a Simpsons clip every Saturday*… we ran out of clips – but I love this one.
*That lasted for about two weeks – we then started posting it on random days.
Well its been a quiet week on the Sofa – mostly because we’ve not had a chance to sit on it much.But we’ve still been watching…Here’s some of the best blogs / websites we’ve found this week:
Here’s some weekend reading to ease you into the weekend:
David Kerrigan looks at the whole idea of having a calling to do something, and what does Gods plan look like anyway? Remember the BigBible? There are some
exciting changes coming… The 21CN Christian ponders if we are too
… nice In case you missed it at the beginning of the week, the
Guardian Newspaper presents an amazing video showing looking at faith, church, and the ‘Big Society’ in action… Do you run a youthclub? Work with young people? Work with people? How do you remember peoples names? Dave Walker has
some suggestions… Ever wondered
how close a vegetable market can get to a train track? And finally… It looks like the guys at Westboro Baptist are planning to picket Mars Hill, the church where Mark Driscoll is based at. Now I have to admit, I’m not a fan of old Marky boy (heres
one example), but I love his blog post about the planned picketing. He some how manages to balance being cheeky with being informative, and welcoming. Nice one. Now can I get a donut?