I’ve found myself at a random train station, with time to kill before the train comes. I’ve got my iPhone, a random old newspaper, and mobile reception. Well I’ve read that newspaper a few times know, and I’ve got a #digidisciple post to write, so I figured I’d introduce you to my current top ten iOS apps to keep you sane and connected while travelling.
The great news is – most of these apps are free!
The mobile app is widely thought of possibly the best way to access the webs newest social network, with a “nearby” function built into it that enables you to connect with people local to you. Check this article out by @asaltbde which looks into Google Plus in a little more depth.
There feels like a million different Twitter apps, but what makes this different and worth paying for? Quite simply; its easy to use, packed full of funtions, beautiful to look at, and its stable. If you use Twitter on a regular basis, this is worth the couple of quid.
Lately whilst chilling out on The Church Sofa (read pub) we’ve been discussing The Man Drawer. It’s come about as ThisAndy a while back was asked to get involved in Men’s Ministry in the church. After a very very long time and finally giving up on trying to find a reason not to he said yes.
We thought that it might be good to have some stuff on The Church Sofa that goes alongside this. So whether you’re a man, you know a man, have heard of ‘man’ or simply are not a man keep reading.
The Man Drawer is hopefully going to link in with a lot of the other content on the site…particularly Simpsons Saturday, Noticeboards and Beer. Or maybe some other more spiritual type content as well. But the whole idea is to look at some of the things that might be a challenge for men in the church, it might touch on some of the recent social media discussions about the ‘feminisation of worship song’ for example. And hopefully will be a place for us to challenge ourselves as well as you around how we can be better men of God.
We’d love this to be a discussion and to look at the things that you want us to so if you have any ideas for content in this please let us know either by twitter @TheChurchSofa, facebook or email.