Learned from Twitter: week ending July 4, 2009


Hope you are enjoying your 4th of July weekend. To help get you going this weekend, here are a few tidbits of information I learned this week on Twitter.

1. crowderband (David Crowder Band) let us know some specifics about the upcoming album. Mark your calendars.

“Church Music releases Sept 22. 17 tracks. 73 minutes. There you have it!

2. Drpoulette (Dennis Poulette), along with a few others, shared a link to the article about the walkman review by a 13 year old. Its a great read. My favorite part is when he admits to not knowing there was a second side to the tape – classic.

“RT @boingboing 13 year old kid reviews a 30 year old Sony Walkman http://tinyurl.com/lgwu3g original story: http://bit.ly/SAZSX

3. bigsmooth433430 (Matt Couch) has a student photography team. I want one! Better yet, I wish my group would have had one when I was in high school.

“Getting ready to meet with our student photography team for the first time. Pretty pumped about all the new ministries starting this summer”

4. nikomas (Nikomas) shares a link worth reading.

“Apostle Paul’s bones tested and pass authenticity: http://www.google.com/hoste…

5. YMX (Youth Ministry Exchange) provides the link to the story about the accident involving a youth minister, a youth coach and some teens during a day at the lake. If you haven’t already, take some time to pray for those involved with this tragedy.

“News story about the youth trip accident that claimed 2 in MN http://is.gd/1j7gq

6. steelehousemark (Mark Steele) is in control of the Tomato’s words. Look out toddler world, the next VeggieTales movie is gonna be funny, at least I would expect it to be with Mark working on the script. (I am looking forward to this one.)

“Working on outline & script for the next VeggieTale. Oh tomato, you will say what I tell you to say.”

What did you learn from Twitter this week?

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