It was great to meet so many #digidisciple(s) face-to-face – either for the first time, or repeat visits… and a number of new potential #digidisciple(s) too! It was great to chat to a number about what they are contributing to the blog, and there’s a definite feeling coming at me that people want suggestions for themes. I am definitely up for this – I didn’t want to be too directive, but we definitely want these blog posts to work as ‘conversations’… springing off previous blog posts is particularly encouraged!
SO, for September, if you would like some direction for your blog post (and to emphasise that if you have a series you’re happy with, practical advice to give, or any other posts you have planned, now or for future months, please continue – this is to help those that want some inspiration!), having discussed ‘What does paradise look like for you?’ – and getting the following results:
We would therefore like to know what ‘digital paradise’ looks like for you. To start you off… Bryony Taylor, Pam Smith and I discussed on Sunday:
Finding Your Own Digital Paradise: Tribes, Digital Sabbaths & Crowd-Sourced Worship
- Is there such a thing as ‘digital paradise’?
- How does the digital allow us to do things differently?
- Who do we connect with and not get lost in a Christian bubble?
- How do we ensure that we gain from partaking, rather than getting exhausted?
So, can I encourage you too look at the posts created by others, and respond to those, as well as your own reactions. What do you think of the idea of monthly themes?! Will it help or hinder?