I Think Paul Would Tweet
I’ve recently decided to join the social networking venue of the tweeting world and have found that there’s something addicting about meeting people from different parts of the country and even the world who share the same faith and/or ideology. But, if you’re like me, you have to be careful or it may turn into a time-stealer.
As I was talking about twittering with my technologically proficient 22 year old son, I began wondering if people like Paul or Peter would have twittered if given the opportunity. After all, what better way to reach the masses with the life-changing message of the Gospel. I can imagine Paul on his way to Macedonia with an iphone in one hand, twittering away to the church in Corinth. He could minister to the churches and reach those in need of Christ with the touch of his fingers.
I imagine he would be following
Here I am just six weeks before our annual pastors conference in Costa Rica and I have so much to do that I’m feeling a little scattered. O.K., I’m feeling a lot scattered. With lessons to prepare, traveling plans to finish making, booklets to develop, gifts to buy, donations to request and the plethora of events that need to take place before October 26th, I’m trying very hard to set my priorities in order.
So it’s time write my plan out, break out the list and start placing the satisfying check mark next to each accomplished task. I love the feeling a check mark can give!
These women are dear to my heart…even the ones I haven’t met yet. They make sacrifices we don’t even understand and