ENTRY: Everything changes… stays the same…

Entered by Lisa Cherrett. It’s a quiet, ordinary lunchtime at work. Facebook is open on my desktop computer; Twitter is running on my smartphone; my Kindle is standing by in case there’s a moment with nothing new to see or

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ENTRY: Christ in the Cacophony: kingdom blogging.

Entered by Keren Dibbens-Wyatt.  How can the still small voice of God be heard in the age of the social networking site and the sound byte? Do one line tweets carry any real resonance of God’s love song? In the plethora

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ENTRY: Is Digital the peak of Communication?

Entered by Clare M Weiner. Has the ‘digital age’ made communication easier? Blogs, twitter, Facebook, and other social media wing messages across the world, to loved ones, real friends, virtual friends…and hopefully an audience for our books, blogs, or amateur videos.

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ENTRY: The Fear Factor

Entered by Fiona Lloyd. Someone cold-called me this morning. Supposedly, my computer has been downloading unwanted programmes without my knowledge. I hate this kind of call, because I always assume that someone is trying to sell me something I don’t want.

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ENTRY: Let’s be Honest…

 Entered by Sarah Nicholson.  Recently I treated myself to a beautiful new journal with quotations on every page, inspirational Bible verses and encouraging sayings by famous people. The other day as I wrote my diary I turned over and found

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ENTRY: Jesus would tweet “I am the Way and the Truth and the Life” – John 14 verse 6

Entered by Mrs E Harris. I believe that had Jesus lived here on earth today he would have used ‘text’,’blog’ and ‘tweet’ speak on the various current social media.  Jesus was a humble carpenter but He had a wonderful, simple way

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ENTRY: The New Wild West

Entered by Andrew Barden. The internet.  Here in this anonymous wilderness, where people can reveal their true nature in safety, hidden behind a pseudonym and a monitor, a world of cruelty and lust exists.  You only have to read the news about cyber

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A blog post writing competition on the theme of Christian Writing in a Digital Age.

Entrants should write a blog post reflecting on the theme of no more than 450 words. Each post should include something to do with writing, something to do with faith and something to do with the digital age.

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