"Blogging is an art, same as any other method of self-expression. Some are better at it than others." - Hugh Macleod
“The qualities that make Twitter seem inane and half-baked are what makes it so powerful” - Jonathan Zittrain, Harvard law professor and Internet expert
New words for NOW (Tweet and Blog)....just wonder what will be next...My father used to say- "Don't get all a twitter"..Blog, twitter, tweet, email, attachments, cookies, viruses, skype, ...and I was excited the first time I saw the NBC Peacock in color when color T.V. first came out!!
Professor Zittrain obiously isn't an English professor.
Good morning Bishop,I wanted to say thank you for the word Sunday. The joy down in my heart song really took me back...to all my wonderful teachers planting the gospel in me through song.Natasha has an appointment this Thursday up in John's Creek, wherever that is, for a consultation with an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist. I'm praying that this will be a good first step in getting to the root of so much pain and trouble that's ailing her. Thanks for prayer.I pray that your day is awesome, or even more so that we'll all realize how awesome each day really is already.God bless!
Twitter feeds the blog monster...what will feed the Twitter family. "tweet, tweet, says the little bird."How fast will it grow? When will it fly?
asbestos gelos ("unquenchable laughter")
Just a quick hello from work- slow day so far, but a lot already accomplished. Blessings to all & know that God is mindful of your situation and presently involved in seeing you through...
Hey Bloggers, hope everyone is well in this lovely summer day. Looking forward to the completion of MkITN. You know Bishop, a movie I saw on TV last night made me think of you and not only appreciate CITN, but the love you have for diversity and unity in the body. It's called "Prom in Mississippi" and it tells the story of Morgan Freeman financing the first integrated prom of his hometown high school and everything that ensues after it, including the continuation of the all white prom. And then I remembered hearing of similar stories here in Georgia, and you'd like to think that your hometown and your community are more advanced than that,you never know util someone can be bold enough to take a stand. Bishop you did that 25 years ago, and this community, state, region, nation, and world will be better for it.
It's great to hear the new revelations, that every preacher ought to know but many have chosen the religious or self centred approach to teach the incorruptible word of God. But what causes a true sparkle in my mind is your readiness to deliver it regardless of what many with baised dogmatic views will deduce out of your divine led revelations. Most surprizing is the true practical attributes you've accorded to your aromatic, heart /mind soothing rather complicated biblical teaching, which puts the listener into theatrical atmosphere while pertaking the spiritual love of God diet seasoned with a peaceful mind and actuating righteousness to please our Maker.Your emphasis of Love, Peace and Righteousness, delivers a cake that many would love to eat but choosing the old fashioned way for selfish ends and outdated bend accademic theories. Through my short time relationship with you and those who have been in CITN in the now, i feel i a true sense of belonging by appreciating me and accepting me the way i am. To this note thanks. religion had caused a lot of fear of the future, but as i continued hearing about your approach and reading your projects, i have come to know that even God's anger is simply to let us know that He loves us. Last week's teachings about the Holy Spirit left me agape as you discontinued a service i ought to have continued for atleast one more hour. The Holy Spirit at one moment told me can't you stay with me for one more hour, a replica of what happened to the Lord telling the desciples. Please whenever you can and led teach more about THE HOLY SPIRIT.Romans 14 is so good, the way you broke it down tell us all to accept one another.Continue that way.Pr. Ben Nadiope, Uganda Africa.
Don't get me started on the advent of color TV, and how much I loved it, P. Nancy...there aren't words...
Thanks for the encouragement, Ebony...I needed it today...
Thank you so much, Pastor Ben...I greatly appreciate your intelligence and insight...our relationship is a blessing in my life...We'll be with you in Uganda in just a few weeks!
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