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.
With the birth of Jesus, death began to die
— Scotty Smith (@ScottyWardSmith) December 17, 2014
"Those that you want to change, you must first love."
— Derwin L. Gray (@DerwinLGray) December 18, 2014
I see that real leaders know their gift & competence limits. They ask for help & trust others' gifts & competence. Real leaders ask for help
— Chip Dodd (@chipdodd) December 19, 2014
“Personal, inner change without a change in circumstances…is an idealist illusion, as though man were only a soul & not a body.” #Moltmann
— Walter Strickland (@w_strickland) December 20, 2014
#BlackLivesMatter and so do the lives of cops. My prayers are with the families of the fallen Brooklyn cops. Hate cannot drive out hate.
— M.DivA (@sista_theology) December 20, 2014
— Chuck Reed (@chuckreednc) December 21, 2014
One step ahead makes you a leader; two steps ahead makes you a martyr.
— Rick Amos (@rick_amos) December 22, 2014
How you respond to your enemy says more about who you are than it says about who they are. — Salim Munayer
— Christena Cleveland (@CSCleve) December 22, 2014
Honest ?: With all the racial reconciliation talk, what era/time exactly are people pointing back to as "the" example to be reconciled to?
— D.A. Horton (@da_horton) December 22, 2014