Sunday, February 15, 2009


Last fall, I started using Twitter again. I had used it previously, but didn't really get the hang of it, and wasn't really meeting people. Anyway, before the election I heard about an event that Carlos Whittaker was hosting on his blog. In reading about it, I discovered people were talking about it via Twitter. So I signed up again. Later that year, I saw a tweet (that's what you do when you twitter) saying to check out's Internet Campus. I wasn't doing anything else, so I did. It was cool. Didn't think much of it at the time. I listen to the podcast from LifeChurch every week, so it was kind of interesting to see it live (although not really live at the time, but recorded live). Then I started seeing other people talk about it, so I went back.

I have to tell you - this has been an amazing journey. I've met people from all over the place through Twitter and the internet campus, joined an online LifeGroup, met new people on Facebook, and built relationships I never would have if it were not for a little tool called Twitter. Don't know what it is? Check this out:


  1. Karen,

    I joined Twitter recently and am still a novice to say the least. I don't quite get it. Social networking has been exciting, time consuming and confusing. My husband keeps telling me to get into the LifeChurch thing. I'm not there yet. Maybe soon. BTW, love your blog look.

  2. I'm totally going to follow you. And you should join in the LifeChurch family. You will be loved!

    I get what you are saying about social networking. I'm trying to find a way to balance it and not get spread too thin and not go deep.

  3. Twitter does help facilitate some pretty great conversations. I've met some awesome people through Twitter.