Have you been Tweeting With God?
A new companion manual helps readers delve deeper into the faith conversation
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 9, 2016 – Last year Father Michael Remery released the groundbreaking book, TWEETING WITH GOD: #BIG BANG, PRAYER, BIBLE, SEX, CRUSADES, SIN, CAREER. His Twitter-friendly book provided answers to 200 daring questions from young people, about God, faith, morality and more. Building on the popularity of TWEETING WITH GOD, Father Michel Remery, along with youth leader and student Ilse Spruit, has developed a companion manual, TWEETING WITH GOD MANUAL #EXPLORING THE CATHOLIC FAITH TOGETHER, which will help readers maximize the potential of TWEETING WITH GOD by providing them with background information and suggestions on how to use the book as an individual reader or in group settings.
The beautiful manual explains the depth of the entire TWEETING WITH GOD project. The “project” consists of companion resources, which include an app, a website and a presence on social media. It responds to actual questions asked by young people about the Catholic faith, all while being written in a friendly and understandable format.
The features of the TWEETING WITH GOD MANUAL include:
- Instructions for organizing faith-sharing groups for different age levels;
- Ways to incorporate the program in sacrament preparation programs;
- Ideas for building trust and encouraging participation;
- Tips for scheduling and planning meetings;
The TWEETING WITH GOD MANUAL is an excellent resource for new and old Catholics alike. Anyone who wants to learn more about their faith will benefit from this new book.
“The interactive and multimedia project TWEETING WITH GOD is not just about passing on intellectual knowledge,” said Remery. “It is about creating an interactive dialogue about the faith and helping people to see the logic behind it. The manual offers practical tools to engage young people in such a dialogue and help them discover God and the faith in a contemporary way.”
For more information, to request a review copy, or to schedule an interview with Fr. Michael Remery, please contact Kevin Wandra (404-788-1276 or KWandra@CarmelCommunications.com) of Carmel Communications.
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