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.
Everyone you meet today is lying to some degree. Not because theyre bad. Like you theyre afraid. If you want truth, be a safe place for it.
— Steve Daugherty (@STEPD0C) September 29, 2014
I’m not very smart, but I know that one of the biggest needs in our world is dads who know that kids need their dads.
— Jonathan Parnell (@jonathanparnell) September 29, 2014
When we try to tell the truth about ourselves, not just some of the true facts, we're a gift to our communities even if we're misunderstood.
— Julie Rodgers (@Julie_rodgers) September 30, 2014
If I’m to grow into who I was meant to be, I’ll need outside honesty and help, but even more, I’ll need the grace to receive both.
— Bill Smith (@WPS_ministries) October 1, 2014
STARVE your mind of all things against the knowledge of God. SATURATE your mind w/ the truth of God. SHARE in safe community #occcaptivemind
— Jada Edwards (@JadaEdwards1721) October 2, 2014
“Elohim” = class of being (e.g., divine)
“Adonai” = descriptive title (e.g., professor)
“Yahweh” = personal name (e.g., John)
— Matt Smethurst (@MattSmethurst) October 2, 2014
Passion is too important to be without, but too fickle to be guided by…Don’t Follow Your Passion, But Always Bring it With You. -Mike Rowe
— Sammy Rhodes (@sammyrhodes) October 3, 2014
Unless your pain is transformed it will be transferred. #CCEF14 mike emlet
— Bob Kellemen (@BobKellemen) October 4, 2014
"The business of the church is to tell and embody a story." – Lesslie Newbigin
— Tim Hoiland (@timhoiland) October 5, 2014
And one because it’s funny…
Maslow’s need hierarchy for the 21st century… pic.twitter.com/cUjKbjn9fG
— Sony Kapoor (@SonyKapoor) September 29, 2014