Today’s Snack Pack has Easter resources from Church Marketing Sucks, some thought-provoking words from Seth Godin, and humans playing Beat Saber and becoming superheroes.
Easter is just around the corner, and our friends over at Church Marketing Sucks have some awesome Easter resources for you and your church.
These overlapping jewel-toned fabrics fill the nave of a former Italian church and are too beautiful not to share.
I highly recommend this read by Seth Godin on digital peer pressure.
Humans playing VR game Beat Saber move faster than what Steam thought was ‘humanly possible’ so basically they’re becoming superheroes.
Every human is both the jailer and the inmate in their own life. We are incarcerated by our bad habits, dark tendencies, and hurtful propensities. Yet we all possess the power to disimprison ourselves… https://t.co/a5TIIsesSB pic.twitter.com/zSF9iYbTp8
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) February 4, 2019
Click through to his full Instagram post which I think is a really important read.
*gets someone else's email sent to my address*
*opens it anyways*
Me: WHO SPENDS $25.82 ON SCRUNCHIES!?!? pic.twitter.com/6bPJgjDbYA
— allison dye (@alliedye) February 7, 2019
Maybe they were planning an 80s party.
Hold your theological system in your hands and ask, “Does it spark joy?” If not, maybe you should throw it away.
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) February 7, 2019
Another one from Jonathan Merritt.
hell yeah load me up with that holy goodness fam i will live forever as my theological rivals choke to death on their fruity pebbles pic.twitter.com/yMsHBGxYSK
— matthew pierce (@MatthewEPierce) February 12, 2019
He eats Bible verses for breakfast.
Wait…you can TALK on smartphones??!?
— Greg Simmons (@GregSimmons) February 10, 2019
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