Wow. Our experiment is off to a great start—let's see if we can finish it off sooner than expected.
Annoyed by non-believers micro-blogging their hourly moods, eating, and exercise habits?
Thank God, Gospelr just solved that messy societal problem for you. And what do you know, Christians are just as boring as everyone else.
A quick scan of Tweets on Gospelr, the Christian Twitter knockoff, reveals such minutiae as:
"I had an awesome night at the KPC men's group here in Rogers."
"Checking out Gospelr, I must say glad to finally be able to "follow" people who Follow Him. Greetings <3."
Jesustxtswithu's sentiment is, of course, the ostensible reason for the site to exist. But the thing about following people who follow Jesus is that, much like people who don't, they mostly post things like: