Here’s what captured my online attention this past week, and I’m serious when I claim this stuff is better than Facebook. Do yourself a favor and check ‘em out…
This post by Glenn Packiam, “What Does It Mean To Take A Stand For Jesus?” Here’s the opening lines from Glenn’s post: “Nobody’s talking about Duck Dynasty star, Phil Robertson’s comments in GQ anymore. Which is why I thought this might finally be a good time to talk about a question that I kept thinking about during the uproar.”
This movie (now available on Netflix), CAMP. It’s based on true stories from Royal Family Kid’s Camp – which is a network of camps for abused, neglected, and abandoned kids. The movie isn’t big budget, and you can tell. But here’s WHY I THINK IT’S WORTH YOUR TIME: it has a powerful message that people really matter and there is hope for everyone. If I was still a youth pastor, I’d require all my youth leaders to come to my house and watch this movie. Here’s the preview:
NOW YOU: What did you see or read online recently that was better than Facebook?