Churches Bringing God to Twitter

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Do you know how to "tweet?"

Twitter is the latest social-networking site to causing a stir in cyberspace. 

It bills itself as a service for friends, family and co-workers to communicate and stay connected, but here's the trick --you have to do it in messages that are 140 characters or less.

Some churches have even hopped on the Twitter bandwagon, encouraging their congregation to "tweet" or send messages on the site during service.

The trend has become so popular it was the topic of a recent article in Time magazine.

CBN News spoke with Pastor Jared Kirk of Next Level Church in Matthews, N.C., about the twittering in church idea.

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