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10 Spiritual Leaders You Should Be Following on Twitter

10 Spiritual Leaders You Should Be Following on Twitter

If you haven’t noticed, Twitter is a huge place. And what’s worse, your feed can often be clogged down with angry opinions, and even angrier opinions about those first angry opinions.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Twitter can actually be a platform where you can learn and grow. You can follow faith leaders like pastors, authors, speakers and humanitarians who extend their work to the Twittersphere, and you’ll quickly find your social feed doesn’t stress you out. It becomes something entirely different, even refreshing.

Here are 10 faith leaders you should go follow right now (and then maybe unfollow those trolly types, too).


Eugene Cho is pastor of Quest Church in Seattle, and a humanitarian working with the organization One Day’s Wages.


Jo Saxton is a pastor and speaker. She’s also the author of several books, most recently Ready to Run.


Christine Caine is an author and speaker, as well as the founder of A21 and Propel. Her newest book is How Did I Get Here? 


Russell Moore is a theologian and leader in evangelical Christianity. He’s the author of several books, most recently The Courage to Stand.


Jemar Tisby is president of the Reformed African American Network and an important voice in Christianity.


Beth Moore is an author and speaker. She’s the author of an entire library of books and Bible studies.


Dr. Derwin Gray is the lead pastor of Transformation Church and author of The Good Life. His words of wisdom are always refreshing to see on the timeline.


Rich Villodas is a pastor at New Life Fellowship in NYC. He is the author of The Deeply Formed Life.


Louie Giglio is the pastor of Passion Church in Atlanta. He is a prominent Christian speaker and author of a plethora of books.


Dr. Esau McCaulley is an assistant professor of New Testament at Wheaton College and author of Reading While Black.

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