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.
Most churchless people aren’t looking for a church. They’re seeking an encounter with God.
— George Barna (@George_Barna) October 31, 2015
Christians who can no longer listen to one another will soon no longer be listening to God either.
— Dietrich Bonhoeffer (@bonhoefferdaily) January 28, 2016
After our death a gate will open; it could be called ‘the gate of reality.’ —Basilea Schlink
— Donald S. Whitney (@DonWhitney) February 1, 2016
Multi-ethnic churches with no diversity in class, education, or age demographics are a multi-ethnic version of homogeneity.
— Jarvis J. Williams (@drjjwilliams) February 3, 2016
The Lord's Prayer begins with "our" not "my," as you pray remember you are part of a community calling on God. Mark Becton #SEchapel
— SEBTS (@SEBTS) February 4, 2016
Paul (a more seasoned pastor) did not downplay Timothy's (a younger pastor) hardships. He encouraged him in Christ to keep moving forward.
— Bliss Spillar (@BlissSpillar) February 5, 2016
“In this fallen world, sadness is an act of sanity, our tears the testimony of the sane.” Zack Eswine
— Dave Harvey (@RevDaveHarvey) February 5, 2016
"The things Jesus gives us as a gift, we turn into a curse by worshiping them." ~ @DerwinLGray
— William Wilson (@TheClothier) February 7, 2016
Spending time, not money, with our children is one of the best indicators to them that we love them.
— Mark Merrill (@MarkMerrill) February 9, 2016
"I'll be happy when . . . " vs. "I am thankful because . . ."
— Scott Anderson (@anderson_scott) February 9, 2016