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The Find Your Inner Iggy Pinterest is a board created by Loyola Press, and it posts pictures of a cartoon St. Ignatius of Loyola, “Iggy,” with questions to interact with followers. Users can create and submit their own version of Iggy and share…
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The Find Your Inner Iggy Twitter account interacts with readers by posting and retweeting ways people live out the values of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. The account also posts links to Jesuit articles and events to engage followers and promote Jesuit…
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The Ignatian Spirituality Facebook page posts links to articles, pictures, and resources found on The Facebook page also promotes outside articles, videos, and media that relate specifically to Jesuit spirituality.
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Find Your Inner Iggy is the second blog linked to, and it is more focused on community engagement. The posts are centered on personal experiences, and the contributors pose questions for readers to discuss in comments…
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The Digital Spiritual Exercises is a resource within that provides users with guided prayers, meditations, and reflections. Readers have access to additional commentary by theologians and scholars, a “community table”…
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Picturing God is the photo section of in which readers can submit their own photos to show how God is present everywhere. There is a featured photo of the week, and one new photo is added each day to the site.
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The dotMagis blog is the section of with articles about how to apply aspects of the Jesuit lifestyle into readers’ everyday lives. Bloggers often pose questions to engage readers while offering spiritual guidance. The posts…
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The website provides readers with resources on how to practice Ignatian/Jesuit values in daily life. The website has information and guides on prayer, reflection, and making good decisions. It caters to a wide audience and is…
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The personal website of The Bible Project creator Tim Mackie. It features sections about Tim, his sermons, his teachings, and handouts for his courses at Western Seminary.
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This is The Bible Project's Twitter account, which has 833 tweets and over 12,000 followers as of November 8, 2016. Posts feature new videos, updates about content, and event announcements. The account follows 4,707 other users.
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