This blog is not quite 3 months old. I’ve had visits from 44 countries and 48 states. (Where are you Vermont and New Hampshire?)
I’m just a pinhead in “the Land of Shiny Things.” I had no illusion that anyone (except maybe my mother and sister) would be interested in anything I have to say.
I did not fully grasp the fact when I began to “book” and tweet and blog that I would be a “digital scribe.” I did not realize the potential snowball effect of a single post or tweet.
I had never heard the word “sticky” used in a context other than those such as dried orange juice on my kitchen floor or hair matted with gum.
And now Tami and Toni present a field guide for Christ followers, for those of us who want to be online Light shedders and dark shredders using social media to share our stories and offer hope to those who hurt. For those of us who seek and share. For those of us who long to share the stickiest of messages.
This book drips Jesus and challenges us to stick to Him as we build and interact with our online community. Tami and Toni call their chapters “files” and summarize each in a “download” and end with an “upload” prayer. They include stories of real people making a difference online for real people. They provide hints and helps for dummies and geeks in an easy-to-read, hard-to-put-down format.
“This book is for every Christ follower residing on this side of heaven. It’s for those who realize–and those who have yet to understand–the awesome moment into which we’ve been born. It’s for technology novices, casual surfers, and those already folded comfortably into the online world. Wherever you are in your skill level, it’s time to direct your heart toward the sticky things of God.” ~@sticky Jesus
The ends of the earth sit at our fingertips. And we are here for such a time as this.
Do you want to make a difference for Jesus as a “digital scribe?”
And check out the @stickyJesus website.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255