Nearly every week, we look for hilarious things on the Internet and try to bring you a little bit of humor to set you up right for the weekend. This week comes from Simply Youth Ministry Conference via Josh Griffin‘s YouTube channel on youth ministry fail stories.
Archives for March 2013
As we think about and retell the story of our crucified and resurrected Lord, I found this infographic particularly interesting, today.
It answers a few questions, such as:
- What do Americans believe about the Bible?
- What role does it play in their lives?
- And more.
Take a closer look and give me your thoughts:
As I’m sure you’re aware, we love a bit of LEGO here on ChurchMag! And some of us love Star Trek as well (after all it is BETTER than Star Wars – ducks behind desk…).
So what’s not to love about a brilliant remake of the Star Trek ‘Into Darkness’ trailer done in stop motion LEGO – nothing!
Biz Markie, move over. There’s a new beatmaster in town.
If you haven’t yet been swept up by the comedic/creative genius of Jon Cozart, don’t worry; you’ll be showering me with adulation shortly.
Paint, as Cozart is known to his rapidly increasing YouTube viewership, is the embodiment of the “gleek” Glee was written about. His self-produced duets (with himself, no less) are hilarious angst-filled creations that will have you smiling.
In this video, Paint uses paper to create a memorable beat sequence. What I like about the video is the production:
You can take a stroll down memory lane with this funky mobile phone photo timeline of cellphones starting in 1980 through the future.
I’m a big RSS fan. It’s the only way I can follow the 100+ sites that I do, getting email notifications of all of these would drive me nuts and send my email inbox into overload.
What bugs me, however, is that some sites only offer a partial RSS feed, meaning they show the first paragraph or so and then you have to click through to the actual site to read the rest (I don’t get that).
[Editor’s Note: This is why the ChurchMag RSS feed isn’t truncated.]