15 Tweets for 2015

2015 was the year I finally got on Twitter. With Twitter getting started in 2007, I was only eight years behind. Not bad for me. At this rate I’ll get my first hybrid car in 2037.

But, in recognition of my first year on Twitter (and in a shameless effort to gain more followers), what follows are fifteen of my favorite tweets from 2015:

Best part of the BYU Hail Mary is the receiver who is so pumped he has to hug someone. So he hugs the ref. #loveazebra

How come the painting at the Dunkin’ Donuts by my house has six people eating donuts – and all of them are fit and healthy?

Ministry lessons learned from my doctor today: Listen. Be kind. Take time with people even when you’re busy. And smile. #ihaveagreatdoc

Things I don’t want to see when I take my kids to school: old guy jogging shirtless & speed bumps at intersections. Huh?

Sitting by the pool yesterday. Talking about skin complexions. Mine? Marshmallow.

Getting geared up for my jump with the Golden Knights.

Sunday, my oldest turned 20. That same day, a kid at church guessed that I am in my mid-20s. Not sure how the math works on that one…

It’s hard enough to get my teenagers to hear me. Then someone goes off and invents headphones.

Lesson #1 from St. Meinrad: Under their robes, monks wear jeans.

If there is more than one person in the picture, is it a selfie or an “us-ie”?

I love being at a church that loves its community!

Courage isn’t the absence of fear. It’s acting on what you believe in the midst of fear.

A first draft always needs revision. In writing, and in life.

Others will tell you who are. Only God knows who you are.

Here I am, Lord. Send me. (Which, by the way, is a great tweet to end one year, and retweet the next.)

Author:

Welcome to my blog. I'm Jeff Dye -- a follower of Jesus, a husband and dad, and lead minister at Fern Creek Christian Church in Louisville, Kentucky. In other words, I am a learner --and hope to be each day I am given breath. I will use this site to share my thoughts on faith and life, some of it through the lens of what is happening with the church family at Fern Creek. If you're interested, feel free to read over my shoulder.

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