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As a Christian going to a private christian college I had never thought about tweeting much, I got a twitter once but it was for a contest, then I never used it again. Until one chapel theys tarted talking about the them being hashtag related, and then a friend of mine from home messaged me on twitter and told me about this book all at once. So I flipped through a few pages, and was intrigued, so I promptly started reading it. After a while I began to tweet with new fervor, and not just me walking up the stairs.
Tweeting Church, puts twitter in a whole new light, showing not just pastors and church goers how to better use the social networking of constant updates. There are so many different ways to use the medium, and to get the message of the Good Lord out into the world. AS well as updating on other things that might interest you that you can be a help to those who may need it an don't think they do. Specially since Twitter is a medium where you follow people and get updates daily. I have learned so much from this book, and I really cant explain the things that I learned without writing the book here. I hightly recommend this to anyone who has thought Twitter was just a place to put your daily routine every five minutes. It is so much more than that.
He helps you weed through the various applications available and, without recommending one over the other, gives you pointers to help you choose which is right for you.
Because Clifford is into tech in the church, much of his book and many of his tweets point you to links that are helpful. You can learn a lot from reading the book and then following him and some of the people he follows on twitter.
Clifford notes that Twitter is about relationships. He explains how valuable it is to interact personally with others on Twitter, giving examples from his own experiences.
I (@ShieldsGroup) recommend Tweeting Church. It's well organized and helpful, whether you're just starting or working to build a more significant following.
If you are looking for an honest, godly perspective on using Twitter to the glory of our Heavenly Father, then it is. It definitely keeps the promises made in the description.
Tweeting Church offers plenty of tips to help beginners feel comfortable on Twitter and really start building relationships. It is written in simple language, and it constantly affirms the biblical principle of "doing unto others as you would have them do unto you."
Paul shares many resources. Even if you have been on Twitter awhile, there may be something new to you in there. But the strength of Tweeting Church is really principle.
If you want to be inspired to grow in your own Christian walk even as you seek to reach out to others, give this book a try!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Twitter is a great social media tool for all ministries and this book helps them learn how to use it in the best ways. Read morePublished on May 3, 2013 by J. Caston
This is a great book that explains how Twitter works. While written to the church, it's information can be easily applied for the individual. Read morePublished on April 7, 2013 by Muz7
I Thought this was a great introduction to Twitter, and how to use the service effectively. I'm fairly new to Twitter myself and was not aware of its many functions. Read morePublished on August 22, 2012 by Keith Neary
A simple book. Not great reading, but was helpful in a few ways. I did find some of the author's resource links helpful.Published on August 6, 2012 by Marvin McKenzie
Clifford has provided a practical guide for using twitteras a non profit, I have found his suggestions to be very helpful.Published on July 26, 2012 by Robert L. Hager