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.
Its a mistake to mobilize people for mission and not take time to equip these same folks to handle the ups & downs of mundane life as a team
— Zack Eswine (@ZackEswine) March 22, 2016
"When it comes to injustice, silence is not a virtue, but indifference to victims and complicity w/destroyers." Diane Langberg #BibleCn
— Baylight Counseling (@BaylightC) March 23, 2016
"Resurrection means that the worst thing is never the last thing."
– Frederick Buechner
— Drew Dyck (@drewdyck) March 24, 2016
"Humans often hide from God, and then complain that God is not available to them." Paul Moser
— Eric Johnson (@DrELJohnson) March 25, 2016
“He who moulds public sentiment, goes deeper than he who enacts statutes or pronounces decisions." -Abraham Lincoln
— J.D. Greear (@jdgreear) March 31, 2016
David Powlison: Christ-less, grace-less attempts at change conclude either with the praise of your own glory or with your shame.
— Bryan Pickering (@BryanPickering) March 31, 2016
People may not agree with our theology but they shouldn't be able to argue with our lives.
— John McGowan (@JohnGMcGowan) March 31, 2016
If you want to increase your success rate double your failure rate." —Thomas John Watson #inspiration
— sally lloyd-jones (@sallylloydjones) April 2, 2016
"God calls us to serve him in hard & dangerous places because he so loves the people who live in those dangerous places" ~ Kate McCord
— Matt Mig (@Matt_Mig) April 4, 2016
"The purpose of teaching is not merely to state objective truth, but to bring the people to a state of spiritual health." J Frame @prpbooks
— Paul Tautges (@PaulTautges) April 4, 2016
If we want to communicate that we are people in the process of change, we need to speak about struggling not the victories. – Steve Midgley
— CCEF (@ccef) April 4, 2016