Communicating Christmas In 140 Characters Or Less

Steven Fogg —  December 13, 2010 — 3 Comments

The-Navtwivity
While the message of Christmas stays the same I'm always interested in seeing how different people communicate the message in a fresh and original way. 

@natwivity is one such example. It communicates the timeless message of Christmas in 140 characters or less. Here is a sample tweet:

#Mary I am under so much pressure. It’s frightening Joseph, terrifying. Don’t make me do this by myself. #stressed

The Natwivity is a Share Creative project in association with the Evangelical Alliance and is part of BibleFresh based in England (You can find out more at the website).

What examples have you seen of churches or para-church organisations communicating the message of Christmas in a fresh way?

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3 responses to Communicating Christmas In 140 Characters Or Less

  1. I feel @natwivity is really capturing people’s imagination. It has been my privilege to host the theological discussion about it on @chatbible. I have also found it inspiring me to blog
    http://bit.ly/eRSoNh

  2. Michael Kellahan wrote on a similar topic recently, in ‘The 160 Character Christmas Challenge’.

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