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While at The Idea Camp, I was honored to be interviewed by my new friend, Cynthia Ware from The Digital Sanctuary. We talked about Twittering, church leadership, transition, etc...
Side note: the audio is a little bit off from the video - looks kinda like a cheap kung fu movie. :)
The Idea Camp - Scott Hodge Interview from The Idea Camp on Vimeo.
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Oh, my brother, you beat me to the post!
After 10 interviews on this day - I was totally giddy. I feel I lost all my manners and am so glad I didn't do something even more in appropriate like poke you or pinch your cheek! I promise when I come and visit at The Orchard I will behave myself.
Look forward to posting this at The Digital Sanctuary soon. Loved hearing you talk about new media options for leaders.... may the twittering and texting continue.
March 12, 2009 at 01:23 PM
hey man! I liked the way you got your congregation hooked up to Twitter! I'm thinkin I might propose we do the same thing here at Our Saviour's in Naperville. Our Saviour's is one of those churches that caters to the "already churched". I'm envious that you get to meet with the un-churched/de-churched. In my mind... Our Saviour's is too afraid that we're going to make the people we already have angry by performing "open heart surgery" so we just don't do it. It's sad really...
March 12, 2009 at 03:36 PM
Loved the interview, had to treat it as a podcast though as the kung-fu, Money Magic lip syncing got too much for me to concentrate on the content...but thanks!
March 13, 2009 at 06:08 PM
Video looked fine to me man.
Great interview! Proud to be a part of your "family".
March 15, 2009 at 08:35 PM
Hey Scott, you're a good guy. Good stuff, man!
March 18, 2009 at 07:41 PM
"cheap kung fu movie"
That's the best kind, Scott! ;-)
Peace & blessings
Johnny Laird |
March 20, 2009 at 09:49 AM
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