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.
— Willie Harris, Jr. (@willieharris) March 18, 2014
“The problem is, you love your family in your heart, but you don’t love them in your schedule. And they can’t see your heart.”…
— Blair Graham (@BlairGraham) March 10, 2014
There's a huge difference between saying
"I have no regrets" or
"My regrets do not torment me."
The first is foolish
the second is peaceful.
— Ray Hollenbach (@Hollenbach) March 10, 2014
Overheard at JFK: "Don't do something permanently stupid just because you're temporarily upset."
— Jonathan Merritt (@JonathanMerritt) March 10, 2014
Cohabitation is often a "test" to see if "true love" exists. But true love isn't discovered. It's developed. In a commitment. Like marriage.
— Aaron New (@DrAaronNew) March 12, 2014
Preparing people for work is primarily a/b discipleship & relationships, not teaching a skill. That's why the Church is so good at it.
— David Spickard (@davidbspickard) March 12, 2014
"The vocation of the prophet is to keep alive the ministry of imagination, to keep conjuring and proposing alternative futures." Brueggemann
— Peter Leithart (@PLeithart) March 11, 2014