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#GifBible: It’s a thing.

They called him Isaac, and tomorrow we’ll tell his story. #gifbible

— David Hansen (@rev_david) March 16, 2017

There’s already an emoji Bible (Episcopal Cafe story here), and perhaps we should have expected the next reasonable incarnation – #GifBible, the Twitter brainchild of the Reverend David Hansen, pastor of Spirit of Joy! Lutheran Church in Texas.

I shared a short Q&A with Pastor Hansen via e mail:


EC: When did the idea of #GifBible first occur to you – was it […]

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