Discover Ministry Briefing! --> The Best Way To Keep "In The Know"!

Reality of Twitter

Mild language alert. ┬áBut what Louis C. K. says is, pretty much, true these days…


3 Responses to “ “Reality of Twitter”

  1. I thought this was very funny. I envisioned Jesus floating down from the clouds and no one looking at him but instead a world of people looking down at their phones watching him descend online.

    I really liked his point about doing everything that is available to do as not being a good idea. I think we are overstimulated as a society. We have so many choices that we become paralyzed by our options. I think the happier people pick a few things and don’t feel like they’re missing out on the rest. The unhappy ones are constantly searching for something else without being happy with what they have.

  2. Peter says:

    …Everything that’s available to do isn’t a good idea…

    This is wisdom for the church and our “programs”!

  3. John R. says:

    This says it all:


  1. bemoil amuyong begrain - the idea. there are as many seo... tricks out there, as many are there are "experts", both bad (black hat seo) ...

Leave your comment now!


TWO WEEKS FREE: This week's top 50 stories for pastors & church leaders... Subscribe today and get your first two weeks FREE!

Switch to our mobile site