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.
is the weak man's imitation
– Edmund Burke
— Scott Sauls (@scottsauls) March 9, 2016
David Foster Wallace: You will become way less concerned with what other people think of you when you realize how seldom they do. #ouch
— jonathanholmes (@jonathanholmes) March 9, 2016
Seeds of discouragement cannot take root in a grateful heart. Take time today to find something to be grateful for.
— Bettie Kneifel (@Bettie_Kneifel) March 10, 2016
Christian apologists bent on "defeating" opponents are only interested in bolstering the Christians in the room, not reaching seekers.
— James K.A. Smith (@james_ka_smith) March 10, 2016
I think the failure to disciple at home has a huge impact Biblical literacy. @bcloritts @BibleStudyMag
— PastorShan (@PastorShan) March 11, 2016
Habits are the invisible architecture of everyday life. – @gretchenrubin #SXSW2016
— Jenni Schaefer (@JenniSchaefer) March 12, 2016
"Accountability is only as valuable as your transparency." @justindavis33 & @trishadavis23 #ResurrectSeries
— Derwin L. Gray (@DerwinLGray) March 13, 2016
Pain makes us all theologians–it forces us to come face-to-face with ultimate reality. Pain destroys superficiality.
— Preston Sprinkle (@PrestonSprinkle) March 13, 2016
Things to pray for your church #5: That BUILDING TRANSPARENT, MEANINGFUL RELATIONSHIPS would seem normal and remaining anonymous strange.
— Jonathan Leeman (@JonathanDLeeman) March 14, 2016
"Too many religious leaders believe doubt is a threat to belief, when it's actually a companion" — @james_ka_smith at #FaithAngle16
— Kirsten Powers (@KirstenPowers) March 14, 2016