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Follow the Unsanctioned 2010 Orlando COG General Assembly Twitter Feed

If you want to share what’s going on at the General Assembly and you’re on Twitter, use the #COGga hashtag. For instance, I just tweeted:

Track along with what’s going on at the Church of God General Assembly in Orlando by using the #COGga hashtags. http://bit.ly/bHtg6I

Anyone who includes “#COGga” in a Twitter comment will have their comments aggregated with everyone else’s. You can find all of those Twitter comments at:


Also, if you aren’t following me, you can at:

http://twitter.com/pastortrav (my personal account…most of my twitter comments are on this account)


http://twitter.com/missionalcog (my missionalcog account which I haven’t really used…not a ton of followers. But, this is where most of my GA tweets are going to be found).

A handful of other good Twitter accounts to follow are:

JERRY LAWSON – http://twitter.com/daystarjerry
TOM STERBENS – http://twitter.com/tomsterbens
MATT BOYD – http://twitter.com/boydm
JONATHAN MARTIN – http://twitter.com/renovatuspastor
RICK WHITTER – http://twitter.com/rickwhitter
RAYMOND CULPEPPER – http://twitter.com/rfculpepper


2 Responses

  1. The #COGga hashtag is blowing up w/participation. Kudos to the official COG Twitter account for getting involved as well!

  2. The Twitter feed has provided a lot of connection opportunities at the General Assembly. Some very encouraging and insightful things have been tweeted during impassioned discussions on the Council floor. Some seasoned leaders are able to speak wisdom to some younger leaders who are concerned about issues being discussed. Some who are not able to attend the meetings are getting a perspective of what is happening. Twitter, along with the live video feed is connecting many more people with the Assembly than would otherwise be connected. Nice work.

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