Eugene Cho

the story of jesus according to twitter

Have you seen this?

You’ve already seen the contemporary adaptation, “If Jesus were on Facebook” but this is pretty brilliant, compelling, and very biblically accurate.

This is a new video entitled, “Follow,” – a retelling of Jesus’ life according to Twitter.

Check it and let me know what you think. We showed it at our Easter service yesterday:

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  1. […] can check out it out HERE. You should also check out Jesus’ life according to Twitter. Also very brilliant, compelling, and biblically […]

  2. […] should also check out Jesus’ life according to Twitter. It’s also very compelling, brilliant, and biblically […]

  3. Cheryl says:

    This is brilliant!

  4. Chilly says:

    must have missed it before “igniter” snagged it back…

  5. philter says:

    this is great Eugene, moving for sure.

  6. JNj. says:

    It’s better than the facebooksite (as always twitter is better 😉 )

  7. William Kim says:

    Hey Eugene, did your team make this??

  8. Kayce says:

    That’s cool. Thanks for sharing.

  9. Mike says:

    Eugene, can I get a link to a high quality movie file of this video? I’d like to show it to our youth at church,

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