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The good news in 140 characters?

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It’s amazing what we can pack into 140 characters on Twitter. But is that enough space for the Good News of Jesus?

I thought it might be fun to have some fun on a Tuesday afternoon to see if we could kick off a gospel meme that would fly around the Twitterverse in time for Easter.

Here’s mine:

The world sucks. Pain. Sickness. Death. We know we’re meant for more. Jesus will show you how much. He rescues anyone. Just ask. #goodnews

Be original. Be creative. Use the tag #goodnews. Give it your best.

Imagine the power of folks hearing the truth of Jesus simply by scanning their Twitter or status updates.

Post yours in the comments below.

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Written by NickCharalambous

March 31, 2009 at 2:10 pm

7 Responses

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  1. “life&love that the world offers is expensive&empty.Jesus offers the real thing for free.Its true.Get to know him.See for yourself.”

    Chris Hill

    March 31, 2009 at 3:02 pm

  2. The world, once whole, then broken. Jesus came, suffered, died, lives. Yahweh’s creation restored. Spirit alive in us, in spite of us. Life!

    Brian Baute

    March 31, 2009 at 7:21 pm

  3. We do wrong. Result is death and Hell. Jesus paid it all in his death and resurrection. Turn from wrong to Jesus alone. Only He can save.

    Justin

    April 1, 2009 at 12:18 am

  4. […] characters has proved to be enough space to preach the gospel, deliver the news or simply interact with other individuals in recent times. How could you use it […]

  5. […] characters has proved to be enough space to preach the gospel, deliver the news or simply interact with other individuals in recent times. How could you use it […]

  6. Follow @twiturgy – it’s a simple way to share scripture with others around the globe. Imagine, hundreds of people pondering 140 characters of scripture at the same moment. Powerful. Check it out.

    Jeanine

    April 8, 2009 at 5:30 pm

  7. […] characters has proved to be enough space to preach the gospel, deliver the news or simply interact with other individuals in recent times. How could you use it […]


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