“Isa is not rich, Isa is very poor I know this. God loves the poor people. Rich people. All people”. “If Jesus is born as a refuge, what about us?”
Thanks to Fr Simon for sharing this on Facebook earlier.
You may remember last years Advent Conspiracy campaign. The premise is to make our celebration of Christmas mean something: The story of Christ’s birth is a story of promise, hope, and a revolutionary love. So, what happened? What was once a time to celebrate the birth of a savior has somehow turned into a season
This looks like a great campaign from the Methodist Church. The Christian life is often built into some ‘mystic art’ that only qualified people are capable of doing. The Tell, Show, Be campaign seeks to shatter the mystique and encourage the whole body of christ to get on with being followers of the way.
social media has created a revolution in the 21st Century. The way in which information is shared via media such as twitter and YouTube has seen a permanent shift from those in control to the decentralised masses. Content is now judged not upon it’s worth to the establishment as it sells it’s product to the consumer but is
As part of the Biblefresh initiative to celebrate 400 years of the authorised version of the bible, the Viral Bible project was launched this week at Spring Harvest. The Viral Bible Project has taken off with a roar at Spring Harvest Skegness, as the members of the Christian Motorcycle Association got ten new Bibles into circulation
For a while I’ve been looking at social media as a communication tool. You will have noticed that I have posted many blogs about the ways in which the internet can create a sensation that either builds up or destroys its target. This flash mob video is a great example of how something can spread like wildfire and