The Wisdom of Twitter on Apostolic Christianity
One of the things I love about social media is the ability to crowd source information on topics that the books haven’t even been written on yet. Case in point: The last few weeks I’ve been writing about apostolic Christianity and it’s implications for the church. In the midst of writing a new post, I searched twitter for the phrase “apostolic Christianity” and came across a host of people I’ve never met tweeting about apostolic Christianity.
Now, if you follow me on Twitter (which you really should, if you’re not, you’re only getting part of the story), you’ve seen my little (re)Tweet storm about apostolic Christianity. But for those of you who haven’t, below you’ll find a list of gems I found searching Twitter about apostolic Christianity. And for those of you who are on Twitter, stroll on over to my Twitter page, follow me, and let me know you’re following from the blog.
Mankind cries out for Apostolic Christianity led by courageous Godly leaders living out biblical values. Read 1 Cor 16:13. Our time in now
— Ianweeden (@IanWeeden) October 18, 2015
Revival is nothing more than a return to apostolic Christianity. – John Morgan
— Nathan Wood (@woodnate1) October 30, 2015
— Zach Perkins (@partofaplan) October 13, 2015
“A Christianity without a passion to turn the world upside down is not reflective of apostolic Christianity.” -Carl F. H. Henry
— Esther Mihalyov (@esther_liz) November 5, 2015
Apostolic Christianity is marinated in the miraculous.
— Geoff Newton (@GNewton77) October 19, 2015
True apostolic Christianity is sacrificial in serving and faithful in suffering.
— Nathanael Wolf (@nathanaelwolf) September 30, 2015
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