I never would have met these fine folks if it wasn’t for twitter. In fact, I still haven’t met them in real life, although I have come close a couple of times. Although twitter has been quite kind to me over the years, the biggest thing I’m thankful for is the connections I’ve been able to make with people I never would have met. I could use this post to list all of the people I think you should get to know in the twittersphere, but it would be a whole lot easier for you just look at my timeline and see who I talk to or check out who I’m following. I think you’ll find some pretty cool cats.
People like Bradley, Daniel, and Joe inspire me. They challenge me. They encourage me to walk deeper in my faith. Their iron has sharpened mine. And for that type of sharpening that can come from an unexpected place, I am thankful.
I’m excited about an opportunity to partner with Joe on a blogging project he began at Lutheran Grilled Cheese. As you may or may not know, I’ve been journaling my journey through the One Year Bible reading plan. Joe has invited me to join a team of bloggers in sharing our thoughts as we read through the book of Acts. My posts are scheduled to be published on Tuesday and Thursday of next week. None of us have the same background, so it’s been pretty fun to see the different perspectives all of us have.
Even though I’m not Lutheran, I’m honored and thankful that Joe asked me to join his team (even though he is a Patriots fan 😉 )
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