This week quite a number of us are recovering from our Thanksgiving feasting and perhaps from less than stellar nutritional choices. So the clever folks at Desirable Body are offering SuperSized superheroes as a simple and timely reminder, that we need to be mindful of our eating choices this Holiday season.
Archives for December 2013
This creative PSA from Telekom Srbija reminds us not to text and drive.
It’s pretty compelling.
After you watch it, you might want to check out some of the links I’ve included regarding driving and texting. It’s serious stuff and we should certainly let others know about the dangers of texting and driving.
With over 40% of emails being viewed with mobile devices, having your email newsletter responsive is really important. Email newsletters are already on the fringe of being sent to the trash without a good look, so if you don’t deliver your email so your recipient can read it on their device, consider yourself sunk.
In the past few months, there has been a rash of YouTube videos by high profile users, including the one below, where they share their community service acts online. First and foremost, I will say that I hope this trend keeps gaining momentum because this is a great thing, regardless if the people who are doing it identify as Christians or not. What I have noticed is that Christian churches and ministries seem to be lacking presences in the discussion.
If you are the generation of people that grew up with X-men on television or comic books in the 80’s and 90’s or simply basking in the geeky glory that is the movie re-imagination of Batman, Superman, Ironman, Avengers, and all of the other movies, you will enjoy these geek character posters.
These are only a small collection of a huge list of great minimalist posters:
In today’s church we talk a lot about building relationships. We have many ways of saying it: investing in someone, building a bridge, etc. In many cases, churches are doing a fantastic job at employing the relational church model and are seeing many come to Christ as a result. I think there is a medium that isn’t being exploited to it’s fullest possibility however; the church website. Specifically I want to focus on the pastor/staff biographies.