iPhones and churches should get into iRap?

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Oh, my, Jay Smooth is redefining video editorializing. He has an interesting point for church goers who tell kids what kind of music they should listen to.

Here’s what I learned: you shouldn’t listen to Jay Smooth. He’s the worst thing to come along in media in a long time.

Heheh. iRap to come.

His video blog is already rocking. Or is that rapping? His first video pays homage to Ze Frank and Ask a Ninja. Among others.

12 thoughts on “iPhones and churches should get into iRap?

  1. This plays heavily into the emergent church movement among nondenominational Protestant churches, and the Sunday evening services frequently offered by both mainline and evangelical churches (which are emergent church in format). It also plays well with the GOSPELFlava-type audience common in historically African-American denominations (especially those with Pentecostal affiliations, e.g., COGIC).

    For more info, see the RELEVANT magazine and the GOSPELFlava web sites. George Barna Research also tracks this movement.

  2. This plays heavily into the emergent church movement among nondenominational Protestant churches, and the Sunday evening services frequently offered by both mainline and evangelical churches (which are emergent church in format). It also plays well with the GOSPELFlava-type audience common in historically African-American denominations (especially those with Pentecostal affiliations, e.g., COGIC).

    For more info, see the RELEVANT magazine and the GOSPELFlava web sites. George Barna Research also tracks this movement.

  3. We got it! You got an iPhone and you love it. Enough of the bloody iPhone Robert. Are you getting paid from Apple for all this? You may want to ask them to be in the Apple comercials between the PC and the Apple computer and you can say: “I am the iPhone” I’m expensive for a phone!

  4. We got it! You got an iPhone and you love it. Enough of the bloody iPhone Robert. Are you getting paid from Apple for all this? You may want to ask them to be in the Apple comercials between the PC and the Apple computer and you can say: “I am the iPhone” I’m expensive for a phone!

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