Preserving Some of the Social Media on Twitter Regarding Darrin Patrick’s Alleged Suicide

This post is preserving the social media on Twitter that discusses or reflects on Darrin Patrick’s apparent suicide. This post is aimed at documenting what people are saying in this sad loss of life.

“When people kill themselves, they think they’re ending the pain, but all they’re doing is passing it on to those they leave behind.”

Janette Walls

My heart is in anguish within me;
    the terrors of death have fallen on me.

Psalm 55:4 NIV

This blog is going to write about Darrin Patrick’s death through his alleged suicide. Before I start to analyze this issue this blog wanted to collect and document what people are saying about Darrin Patrrick’s death. Below you find a collection of Tweets from people inside the Southern Baptist Convention and others who knew or interacted with Patrick.


3 thoughts on “Preserving Some of the Social Media on Twitter Regarding Darrin Patrick’s Alleged Suicide

  1. I’d never heard of Darrin until this week. Surely many of us have had passing moments when we thought, “Why don’t I just end this?” But then you don’t. Sadly Darrin did.

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    • Trey in writing about Acts 29 and other organizations it’s important to document and preserve. Organizations change, history is re-written. But to be far some of what l preserved shows how much Darrin Patrick was admired and loved. What is wrong with capturing that?

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