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.
In science, when human behavior enters the equation, things go nonlinear. That's why Physics is easy and Sociology is hard.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) February 6, 2016
“There are sorrows in this world so great that their tears are never wiped away in this life.”
— Jerram Barrs (cf. Lord of the Rings)
— Ivan Mesa (@IvanTable) February 23, 2016
Evangelism is the fruit of someone who stands in awe of God.
— Ben Trueblood (@bentrueblood) February 24, 2016
When we delegate tasks, we create followers.
When we delegate authority, we develop leaders.@craiggroeschel
— Darrin Patrick (@darrinpatrick) February 24, 2016
“There will be more rejoicing in heaven over the 1 that was lost and found than how the 99 were organized.” –@jdgreear #multisitechurch
— Austin Daniel Gentry (@AustinGentry) February 25, 2016
If you make people so busy they have no time be w/people, they aren't going to be able to make disciples in daily life. – @JeffVanderstelt
— Brad Bridges (@bradbridges) February 25, 2016
You're never enslaved to people's expectations, only your own devotion to their expectations.
— Gunner Gundersen (@GunnerGundersen) February 26, 2016
Kids are more likely to learn problem solving & facing consequences as parents are united in their approach/fully supportive of each other.
— Dr. Bill Bellican (@drbill10) February 28, 2016
Saying "I'm a mess and need grace" isn't vulnerable. In fact, it can be manipulative. Vulnerability requires specificity and real community.
— cнυcĸ degroaт (@chuckdegroat) March 1, 2016
Some forms of doubt that are more faithful than some forms of faith — those that arise from the struggle for the integrity of faith.
— Miroslav Volf (@MiroslavVolf) March 1, 2016