When did your favorite pastor join Twitter? And what was the first thing they tweeted?
Looks like Andy has been dealing with strange requests on Twitter as long as he’s been on Twitter.
Received a 3 page letter from a guy who wants to live with my family for 7 months while he writes a book on the end times. He CC’d JO & TDJ
— Andy Stanley (@AndyStanley) April 20, 2009
Tim Keller was a reluctant Tweeter, maybe unfamiliar with the Reason for Twitter.
My son is making me do this.
— Timothy Keller (@timkellernyc) March 25, 2013
You’ve got to wonder what other Twitter accounts Bishop Jakes was managing. Is he really Celebrity Pastor?
Hello, this is Bishop Jakes. I am pleased that you have choosen to follow me on Twitter. This is my first tweet on my BishopJakes account.
— T.D. Jakes (@BishopJakes) September 9, 2009
Perry Noble is one of the early adopters of Twitters, and has been offending Baptists ever since.
Uh…so…I think I am doing this right…not sure, but looks like I am no longer a “twitter virgin!”
— Perry Noble (@perrynoble) April 11, 2008
Rob Bell was shocked to discover controversy and division on Twitter.
Just learned there are folks pretending To be me on twitter- apparently one of them has 9000 followers…
— Rob Bell (@realrobbell) August 13, 2009
Rick Warren, always encouraging.
2 tweet or not 2 tweet? I fear the narcissistic possibility, but can’t pass up any tool to encourage you! Jumping in! .
— Rick Warren (@RickWarren) July 13, 2009
Matt Chandler, always studying.
Studying for this weekend…I love the gospel of Luke
— Matt Chandler (@MattChandler74) June 18, 2009
Joel Osteen is on Twitter. But his best tweets happen on Friday.
Joel Osteen Ministries is on Twitter – Stay tuned for updates on our ministry and encouragements and thoughts to help you through the day!
— Joel Osteen (@JoelOsteen) March 12, 2009
Graig Groeschel, keeping it simple since July 2010.
— Craig Groeschel (@craiggroeschel) July 26, 2010
Smart, Louie. Very smart.
reserved for future use
— Louie Giglio (@louiegiglio) May 17, 2008
And for what it’s worth, here’s our first tweet.
These tweets will improve.
— Church Fuel (@ChurchFuel) December 7, 2013
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