Viral How Social Networking Is Poised to Ignite Revival
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Description: The same God. A new generation. They create photo albums on Facebook and post home movies on YouTube. They use their phone as a computer, camera, debit card, GPS, and television. They maintain relationships with hundreds of people they will never meet face-to-face. To the older generation, this might look like a superficial, technology-driven substitute for real relationships. But in reality it is a workshop on knowing others and being known. The Google generation, with its passion for relationship, connection, and community, is positioned to bring new life to the church. Leonard Sweet argues that TGIF-ers (those who connect through Twitter, Google, iPhone, and Facebook) may be living out God’s mission and the Jesus life more authentically than any recent generation. What many in the church view as the “absent generation” could actually be the church’s best hope for a new start. We live in an age when relationship can be restored to the core of our faith. And when that happens, will revival be far behind?
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Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Publication date: 3/13/2012
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
|Introduction: The Anatomy of Human Longing|
|Where are We?|
|Logos and Logo: Is the Gospel Personal Connection or Heated Argument? Your Answer Will Tell You Something|
|A Tale of Two Cultures: Why Googlers Will Save the World, and Why They Might Not|
|The God of Creative Change: Following- God into the Guaranteed Unknown|
|Singing Strange Songs in the Lord's Land: Life Wouldn't Be Interesting If You Didn't Feel Out of Place|
|In the Beginning Was the Tweet: How Twitter Produces a Better Follower of Christ|
|Five Ways Twitter Can Change the World: Your Life as a Follower, in 140 Characters or Less|
|Jesus, Master Storyteller: Jurisprudence Kills, but Narrative Brings Hope|
|The Infallible Story: Giving Good News the Placement It Deserves|
|Turning a Tin Ear to Poetry: God Crafted Us with an Ear Open to Beauty|
|The Advantages of Whole Fruit: God Brings Things Together; People Insist on Separating the Parts|
|Trading the Orange for an Apple: Why Settle for a Partitioned Existence When You Can Enjoy a Life That Is Whole?|
|Cloud and Fire: God Appears Day and Night but Not Always the Same Way|
|Me and We in the TGIF World: Is This Really Community or Just Too Much Information?|
|Googlers: A Culture of Revival|
|An Infectious Faith: The TGIF Revolution and the Coming Viral Revival|
|Conclusion: Frogs, Kisses, and the Kingdom of God|
|Appendix: How Gutenbergers Can Learn from Googlers|