Today is Baked Cookies Day. My pop culture-trained mind automatically goes to the scene in Bruce Almighty where Bruce (aka Jim Carey) is wrapping up his interview with a local bakery and ends on the note, "I think a great city is a lot like a great recipe really. Put in some hard working … Read more about …a great [website] is a lot like a great recipe.
Behold, I am doing a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:19 Editor's Note: This is the first post in a series of two. Part 2 is here. Also, this post was updated at 4:45pm 6/21/12. The Journey … Read more about My Digital Journey, Part 1
David Hansen (@Rev_David) wrote such a great post about Three Things That Are Killing Your Twitter Feed, I felt it needed some follow-up. When destructive and unproductive behaviors emerge, our interior lives may need an alchemical shake-up so attitudes spawned such bad behavior can be transmuted … Read more about Three Attitudes That Are Corrupting Your Twitter Feed (and Your Soul)
I have enjoyed my time in Waco. I always enjoy catching up with colleagues and and learning about their ministries. The conference also severed as an important networking event for the ministry of Faith Growth. It was a time to inform everyone of the great websites and social media … Read more about Tri-Synodical Theological Conference Wrap-Up
UPDATE: I now know my room number. The tweetup is in Marriott Courtyard Suite 226. Next week I will travel to Waco, TX to attend the Tri-Synodical Theological Leadership Conference of the ELCA churches in Texas and Louisiana. I am looking forward to catching up with my … Read more about Tri-Synodical Tweetup – #3synod12
Social Media is all the buzz these days. For those in the church this new technology leaves us wondering how to use this tool as a means to support our ministries. There are questions of mastering the technology, engaging the conversation, social evangelism, social media polices, Facebook … Read more about Communication in the Church of the Future
This response was written to a blog post on the ELCA women site. Original post Don't Find Me Facebook by Emily Hansen on Jan 7th 2010: I must respectfully disagree – what you describe is not the experience that I have had since I joined fb on my b-day this past year. I try to challenge myself … Read more about Facebook – Yes!!
I have been amazed at the way Christian community expands and develops through the use of social media, i.e. facebook, tweeter, ... Here is an interesting article on the subject: Does your Church have a Social Media Pastor? … Read more about Social Media Pastor