Have a Twitter account? Who do you follow most closely? How many people follow you?

Believe it or not, the Central Intelligence Agency joined Twitter yesterday. Yip, you heard me, the US of A’s main spies just joined Twitter (http://bit.ly/1uAOae5) with the following tag: “We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet. In response Husain Haqqani tweeted, The CIA has followed people for years, now tweeple (sic) have a chance to follow @CIA.

Who are you following and who is following you (and not just on Twitter)? Paul wrote, Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ. (1 Corinthians 11:1 N.I.V.)

Check out the rest of 1 Corinthians 11 here – http://bit.ly/1kOkc4B



Have you been nek-nominated for anything yet? An Australian drinking craze has gone viral – people challenging each other to drink ever increasing amounts of alcohol and post a video of it on You Tube. It’s already killed two young guys in Ireland.

So cool then to see growing numbers of South Africans using their nominations to challenge people – not to drink but to go out and bless someone with an act of kindness. Like this guy: http://bit.ly/Nlyvz6. Even our own WordSpace writer #BrettFish is in the game http://bit.ly/NlyDyF .

That’s God-Kingdom stuff! Like Paul said: ‘Put yourself aside, and help others get ahead … Forget yourselves long enough to lend a helping hand’ Philippians 2v4 http://bit.ly/1d3JmnC

You all just been nominated…



Would you sign up to travel to Mars on a ONE WAY journey to start a settlement there? An exciting adventure maybe, but knowing there’s no coming back to earth?…hmmm. Well, 200 000 people did apply…(http://bit.ly/1dn0l8O). Is that crazy – or really awesome?

So imagine you’ve been living on Mars for a few years in an inflatable dome with 23 other people. What or who ‘on earth’ would you miss most?

What if you lived today as if you had come back after those years on Mars? What would you be thankful for? Who would you appreciate seeing again?

Maybe spend some time being thankful for those things? It’s good for your soul (1 Thessalonians 5v16-18

http://bit.ly/1dn0fxX )


From a royal family, he ditched those privileges because he loved people and had a deep belief in the value of all human life. He lived a humble life of service, resisting oppression and refusing the temptations associated with having power. He gave the best years of his life to overcome injustice and bring freedom. He cared deeply for all people, treating even the poorest and most horrible with gentle love. He will always be remembered as a servant of the people who worked for something bigger than himself …

His name is Jesus.

Read Mark 10v45 here: http://bit.ly/1bPBc5U