1. Why did you start a Twitter account?
A. Initially, to keep up with favorite a music artist, crack jokes on random people, and that’s about it.
2. Who is your favorite theologian, past and/or present?
A. Rod Rosenbladt.
3. What is something that people would be surprised to know about you?
A. Twitter is actually me on my best behavior.
4. What’s your favorite movie or TV show?
5. What is your pet peeve in church or with Christians?
A. Pet peeve: “I hate religion, but love Jesus.”
6. What’s your favorite Bible verse(s)?
A. Roman 1:16.
7. Do you like chocolate? If yes, what’s your favorite kind?
A. YES! Ghirardelli milk chocolate.
8. What are the three top things on your bucket list for this year?
A. Podcast; Consider seminary; Go to Hoover Dam.
9. Your friend wants you to go to her Bible study group…but your favorite band is in town, and another friend gives you tickets to the concert. What would you do?
A. Go to the concert! Didn’t even think twice about this. I might even take a selfie, post it on Facebook, and tag my friend in it.
10. Your worst critic in the church is shopping in the same grocery store you’re at. Do you: look for the nearest exit, put your dark glasses on, run your grocery cart into them, or pretend you didn’t see them?
A. Neither! I’d wave and make sure they saw me!
11. Link us to your go-to song of the moment while driving to Sunday worship—you know, the song that you need/like to hear before you arrive at church?
A. Faith Evans, “Say a Prayer.”
Bonus: Is the church relevant? If yes, what would you consider the best way to reach the unchurched?
Yes! The Gospel is always relevant! Best way to reach the unchurched is to equip the church so when in a secular world they are able to defend the historic Christian position.
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