Posts Tagged ‘social media’

How-to Tweet!

We’re aware that Twitter may be a very new kind of experience for some who love everything else that’s happening with this Fellowship. In addition to the blog on “why Twitter,” I’d like to reiterate the point that the concept of fellowship is always helping us extend beyond our borders. It’s always welcoming, even those we may not know yet. So, just the idea of Twitter requires that we consider sharing what we love – generously. If you already tweet, please follow us; it’s a simple way to brighten our light.
For those of you who haven’t yet sampled the world of the 140-character-messages of Twitter, here is a quick how-to guide: (more…)


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Have you noticed it’s a lot easier going to some unknown place if a friend invites you to go along? That’s the purpose of our connections on Facebook. It’s a place where people trust they’ll be comfortable with their friends. Sometimes we don’t realize how much people would like to know more about what we have to share.  But inviting them on Facebook to enjoy what we love gives them a chance to explore — along with an assurance we’ll be there for them as they look around. (more…)

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We have two things happening on Sunday, January 10, and they’re both at Ray and Mary Lou Cesca’s house. That’s:      

46 Mockingbird Lane,    Oak Brook, IL 60523,      630-789-2749

At 2:00 – Gathering

At 4:00 – Leadership Team meeting

What to expect? (more…)

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