Of all the great things that have come out of today’s PCConline service, I think this might be my favorite. Not only because of what it is – which is incredibly creative and clever – but also because of how I heard about it.
A Twitter-er who goes by the g00g01p1ex
tag watched with us last week. I’m not sure how she heard about the service, but she did. She came back again this week, and Tweeted me a link to this video
in response to the grace-filled talk that Brian gave today.
Take a look; if you heard today’s message, do you see the connection?
Michael Hyatt tweeted this quote this morning. I found it thought-provoking, and for some wild reason, it brought a huge smile to my face.
Why Jesus Used Wine Instead of Grape Juice
“Unfermented grape juice is a bland and pleasant drink, especially on a warm afternoon mixed half-and-half with ginger ale. It is a ghastly symbol of the life blood of Jesus Christ, especially when served in individual antiseptic, thimble-sized glasses.
“Wine is booze, which means it is dangerous and drunk-making. It makes the timid brave and the reserved amorous. It loosens the tongue and breaks the ice, especially when served in a loving cup. It kills germs. As symbols go, it is a rather splendid one.”— Frederick Buechner, Wishful Thinking: A Seeker’s ABC