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Jan 4, 2014
Year in Review

Top Tweets of 2013

A look back at my most retweeted tweets of 2013. |
Top Tweets of 2013

I love interacting with friends on Twitter and Facebook. Social media is meant to be just that—social. I love encouraging people and being encouraged by others as well as we discuss life on mission, and a host of other both serious and silly things.

Over the last couple of weeks I have listed my Top Blog Posts of 2013, breaking them down into the top Cultural-, Current Events- , and Church Trend-reated posts of the year. Today, let's take a look at the Top Tweets of 2013, based on the number of times they were retweeted.

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Posted:December 4, 2014 at 10:00 am

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