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.

We often believe if we repent God will be kind to us. But the truth is…if we repent God has already been kind to us. Romans 2:4

— Andrew Hopper (@andrewphopper) February 2, 2015


“Most majority culture churches look 1st to ‘serve the city’ when what they need is to build relationships & learn” @ryansather @johnhsather

— Matt Mig (@Matt_Mig) February 2, 2015


“The teachers I’ve learned the most from, didn’t think they were teaching me; they just thought we were friends.” –@bobgoff

— samantha linton (@samanthajoy) February 2, 2015


“We can spend our whole lives fishing only to discover in the end it wasn’t fish we were after.” Thoreau

— Heather Holleman (@HeatherHolleman) February 4, 2015


Only God gets his to-do list done each day. CJ Mahaney

— Jeremy Linneman (@jslinneman) February 4, 2015


An enemy is one whose story we have not heard- The Quakers.

— Bryan Loritts (@bcloritts) February 5, 2015


“The way for me to be most like a child is to insist on doing whatever I want.” @rjarrett92

— Heath Lambert (@HeathLambert) February 5, 2015


Biblical lament is dark faith, but it’s still faith.

— Gunner Gundersen (@GunnerGundersen) February 5, 2015


Leon Morris: “Romans was a letter written to real people, as far as we can see, to ordinary people, not to professional theologians.” -Rom16

— Tony Merida (@tonymerida) February 6, 2015


We get in trouble when we forget to check our experience in the world against our exegesis of the word.

— Joe Thorn (@joethorn) February 8, 2015