Favorite Tweets for April

We started the month with a week-long Soccer Camp in Allendale. Not much of a better way to get the month going.

But the greatness of the month didn't end there. Here are some of my favorite Tweets from this month, from others and from yours truly.

From Others

@Paul TrippThis morning you are not just greeted by the depth of your need, but also by the stunning glory of God's provision in Jesus.

@Lucas_Johnson92Missions will never be easy when we are pushing back the darkness.

@FirstWorldPainsWhy are children obese? Probably because burgers are $.99 and salads are $4.99.

@PontifexBeing a Christian is not just about following commandments: it is about letting Christ take possession of our lives and transform them.

@DuBose RatchfordExtraordinary afflictions are not always the punishment of extraordinary sins, but sometimes the trial of extraordinary graces. - M. Henry

@JimGaffiganThe hardest part of parenting is when I’m with my kids.

@mitchmillerme Why am I a youth pastor? I hate when someone tells youth to live right without rooting that call to holiness in the cross & resurrection.

@JTBarnes37:  Anyone else see the irony in this manhunt? He was captured in a boat. On land. In Watertown....

@BoAyers_Live:  "When Jesus said "follow me" to his disciples, it wasn't an invite to pray a prayer. It was a summons for these men to lose their lives."


What skateboarding taught me about missions // "This is how missionaries think: nothing is to be wasted."

5 Ways that Sports Parents Annoy Youth Sports Coaches // As a 2nd-year coach, I appreciate this!

White sauce = Manna from heaven.

Sometimes when we don't agree, it's not right or wrong, but because we just see things differently.

God has a role for each one of us. Stay in your own lane; don't be envious of the race others run.

Me to my son: "Why did you make that craft in your church class?" Son: "Because I HAD to." // Meaningful time today at

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