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.
The things of this world make us think we can find true satisfaction in them, but in reality will end up leaving us exhausted & lost.
— James Ramsey (@jamesramsey23) October 14, 2014
"If they can see you love them, you can say anything to them." ~ Richard Baxter
— Steve Childers (@stevechilders) October 14, 2014
Humanity was never wealthier than today, yet even those of us who are relatively well off worry obsessively about not having enough.
— Miroslav Volf (@MiroslavVolf) October 16, 2014
You can develop skills in a leader but you can't teach someone to have a "motor" – Drive, self-motivation, and work ethic can't be taught.
— Matt Rogers (@MattRogers_) October 16, 2014
when you begin asking the question "what's best for our church?" you'll begin to better answer the question "what's best for my ministry?"
— Jason Gaston (@jasongaston) October 16, 2014
We are ever only a whisker away from practical atheism. Whatever you're doing right now, stop for a minute to pray. God loves you so much.
— Gregory Thornbury (@greg_thornbury) October 16, 2014
I want the kind of marriage that makes my kids want to get married. ~ Emily Wierenga
— InTouchMarriage (@InTouchMarriage) October 17, 2014
Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still. – Proverb
— Sarah Cunningham (@sarahcunning) October 17, 2014
I would rather die of passion than of boredom. Vincent van Gogh
— sally lloyd-jones (@sallylloydjones) October 17, 2014