Tuesday, September 13, 2011

Social Media Musings

This isn't the first time I've mentioned the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and such.

Seems like just yesterday, I posted this...(click here).

Well, it seems the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

My son Charlie


gave a sermon this past Sunday (9/11/11) titled
"@judas", 
at Branches Christian Church in Southern California.  

Needless to say, 
I wasn't in attendance since I live in the mitten state ~ Michigan ~ where both myself, 
and my sons grew up.

  However, thanks to technology, 
I could hear his sermon by heading to the link on their church website.

It's a "must hear".
It may actually change the way you post tidbits about your life, or how you react to others.
Or at least have you thinking about it...
NOTE:  Even if you don't use FB or Twitter, I think you'll enjoy the sermon regardless...
this coming from a proud Mama.

James 1:19

My dear brothers and sisters, take note of this: 
Everyone should be quick to listen, slow to speak and slow to become angry...

Until tomorrow, God willing

 

4 comments:

KXJ said...

I went to the site yesterday but streaming is waaaayyyy too slow (and expensive here). Is there a transcript? Or, can you give cliff notes? :)

Sherry Sutherby http://russ-stickacres.blogspot.com/ said...

Thanks for stopping by Kimm from Zambia! I would guess it would be slooowww all the way over there. ~:) I'll see what I can do!

Tami said...

i loved that message!! it made me rethink a few things i am doing- especially the parts about checking every time a message pops up from a new comment and how when i stay on the pc i am telling my kids that it is more important than them.
thank you so much for sharing!
p.s your son has a great voice for being a pastor.- (easy to listen to )

Sherry Sutherby http://russ-stickacres.blogspot.com/ said...

Thank you Tami ~ it changed the way I am doing things too! My son is actually a filmmaker, but he does a lot of "voice overs" on those films. :) Kimm...can't figure out another way to get the message to you. Perhaps one day you will get to hear it. Thanks for trying!