Use Twitter as a Tool, Not a Distraction

It is true. Twitter can consume my time and become a distraction from participating in God’s Story of Redemption, but my intentions of getting an account was originally to use it as a tool for ministry. That being said, I came across a great user who tweets about Family Activities in the Flower Mound, Highland Village and Lewisville area. Their user name is FamilyeGuide, and the tweets frequently point parents to events and activities for the whole family.

Topics: Family Discipleship | Technology

It is true. Twitter can consume my time and become a distraction from participating in God’s Story of Redemption, but my intentions of getting an account was originally to use it as a tool for ministry. That being said, I came across a great user who tweets about Family Activities in the Flower Mound, Highland Village and Lewisville area. Their user name is FamilyeGuide, and the tweets frequently point parents to events and activities for the whole family. The activities vary in price and description. Check it out for great ideas. These activities and outings can be meaningless fun or you can purpose them for greater things like:

  • Pursuing deeper relationships with your kids and making good childhood memories for them to look back on.
  • Pointing them to the gospel while having fun as a family.
  • Being missional and meeting other families to share the gospel with.

Twitter is a tool so use it, but, like everything, use it for the sake of His kingdom.

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