There is great value in saying something in a memorable, concise manner. Twitter has caused us to make this a near spiritual discipline. For my own growth (as a generally verbose individual… that’s a long way of saying “wordy”) and for the benefit of others, I highlight tweets each week that deliver a big message in a few words.
— jasongore (@jasongore) January 6, 2015
Hating other people's sin doesn't necessarily mean I hate sin.
— Gunner Gundersen (@GunnerGundersen) January 6, 2015
If the pastor is a superstar, the church is an audience not a body ~ Howard Synder
— Eric Geiger (@EricGeiger) January 6, 2015
If we really believed we were spending time with Jesus, prayer would never be boring again.
— John McGowan (@JohnGMcGowan) January 7, 2015
"Fame is the worst drug known to man. It's stronger than, heroin." -Jay Z-
— Writes. (@MatthewWrites) January 7, 2015
God gives us talents & gifts, not so that others will love us, but so that we can show others God's love.
— Sharon Hodde Miller (@SHoddeMiller) January 8, 2015
If churches spent as much time promoting good friendships as good marriages we'd have much less loneliness (& likely much better marriages).
— Sam Allberry (@SamAllberry) January 10, 2015
Convicting reading tonight. "The sin that is most destructive in your life right now is the one you're most defensive about." –@timkellernyc
— Ashley Gorman (@AshMarvGorman) January 11, 2015
Read outside of your tribe regularly.
— Anthony Bradley (@drantbradley) January 12, 2015
The social pathology of the poor – claiming they are helpless victims and have no personal agency – is a dehumanizing lie.
— J. Ryan West (@jryanwest) January 12, 2015