Twitter | Search | |
edwilloughby
Associate Pastor for Family Ministry at Fellowship Baptist Church, Joplin, MO
129
Tweets
50
Following
25
Followers
Tweets
edwilloughby retweeted
Jared C. Wilson Oct 11
To those who feel "called" to dedicate all their time to deconstructing and critiquing the Church, don't forget that she already has a full-time Accuser.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
The Gospel Project Jul 27
"True theology galvanizes our affections toward God, not toward theology."—
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
Jared C. Wilson Jul 25
If we were to take the last 10 years of your social media updates and string them out like a growth chart, would it show you have over the last decade become more kind, more gentle, more peaceable, more gracious?
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
Paul David Tripp Jun 13
It’s vital today to remember that there is nothing that you are facing or ever will face that isn’t addressed by the person and work of your Sovereign Savior, Lord and King, Jesus Christ.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby Mar 28
It is not the critic who counts...The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena. - T.R.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
The Gospel Coalition Feb 28
Paul’s constant interaction with his friends was a sign of maturity, not deficiency. Even the mighty apostle needed friends—and he needed them for the same reasons you do.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby Feb 21
I don't know why I find this funny.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
Carmen Fischer Feb 13
Discipleship at home is not about doing more, but inviting Christ into the ordinary activities you are already doing.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby Feb 13
What is your plan to read intentionally in 2018?
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
D6 Family Jan 13
Significant change is a process, not an event.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby Jan 2
How can I pray for you in 2018?
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
The Gospel Coalition 28 Aug 17
The more your world is about you, the more angry and tired you’ll be. The more it’s not about you, the more free you’ll be. —Matt Chandler
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby 10 Aug 17
Simple & good advice!
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby 28 Jun 17
Only a constant learning and reviewing of the gospel can ensure that we will be astute enough to separate the chaff from the wheat.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby 9 Jun 17
My latest blog article is an overview of Philippians. Check it out:
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
D6 Family 19 Apr 17
No matter how we feel in the moment, we're just the right parent for each of our children.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby 20 Apr 17
Harlan was a great man and will be missed.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby 13 Apr 17
Here's the link to my latest blog. Seven Books Every Christian Teenager Needs to Read:
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby retweeted
Matt Smethurst 8 Apr 17
Consumers in church hear familiar truth and think, “I’ve heard this before.” Contributors wonder, “Who here hasn’t?” Don’t be a consumer.
Reply Retweet Like
edwilloughby 7 Apr 17
What then? Only that in every way, whether in pretense or in truth, Christ is proclaimed; and in this I rejoice.
Reply Retweet Like