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.
"…effective change outlasts the leaders who implement it." -Amy Crider
— Jennifer Kintner (@jennkintner) July 7, 2016
We all think we're standing straight up. We all think everyone else is standing at an angle. Oh Lord, help me better recognize my own angle.
— Jonathan Leeman (@JonathanDLeeman) July 8, 2016
One reason we feel helpless is that we live in an instant gratification world. The change we need is slow, invisible, and inside each of us.
— Sharon Hodde Miller (@SHoddeMiller) July 8, 2016
The Gospel is good news about a God who loves broken people. And that news MUST cause broken people to love & care for other broken people
— Trip Lee (@TripLee) July 10, 2016
When you disagree with someone, one of the most disarming things is getting curious about where they're coming from.
— Joshua Rogers (@MrJoshuaRogers) July 11, 2016
Biblical truth is seen in both its content and its tone. Keeping one but not the other does not mean you're being faithful.
— Sam Allberry (@SamAllberry) July 12, 2016
We are called to be co-laborers with Christ. Not co-stars.
— Christine Caine (@ChristineCaine) July 12, 2016
"Too often we judge other groups by their worst examples while judging ourselves by our best intentions." – G. W. Bush
— Jonathan C. Edwards (@NotThePuritan) July 12, 2016
"Never judge a philosophy by its abuse." Augustine
— Ravi Zacharias (@RaviZacharias) July 12, 2016
A prideful person refuses to listen to advice because their arrogance causes them to believe they're being attacked instead of counseled.
— D.A. Horton (@da_horton) July 13, 2016