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.
Issues matter to God, but Jesus died for people. Gospel-motivated community ministry should be primarily people-focused, not issue-focused.
— Matt Mig (@Matt_Mig) June 4, 2015
"Do you find it hard to say "no"? You may be in bondage to other people's opinions." @SusieLarson #YourSacredYes
— Kathy Schwanke (@KathySchwanke) June 4, 2015
We need hymns that teach us good theology and we need praise songs that remind us how that good theology orients our feelings.
— Preston Yancey (@prestonyancey) June 5, 2015
Churches have to be both a community & on mission. Community w/o mission leads to self-absorption, Mission w/o community leads to abuse
— Dr. Eric Mason (@pastoremase) June 5, 2015
Insecurity finds creative ways to destroy the relationships it desperately craves by demanding more than ppl have to offer.
— Hart Ramsey (@hartramsey) June 5, 2015
Everyone loves Justice until it costs them something. — @EugeneCho #Justice15
— Amena Brown Owen (@amenabee) June 6, 2015
Here's the thing: you cannot reject privilege. It is a structural issue, not an individual choice. #Justice15
— Dr. Chanequa (@drchanequa) June 6, 2015
God never reveals His will for you to consider it. He only reveals it for you to obey. @MichaelCatt
— Frank Griffin (@frankgriffin) June 7, 2015
Usually, procrastination is just a fancy way to say you're unfaithful.
– Larry Trotter
— John 'Phud' Chambers (@PhudChambers) June 7, 2015
"Gossip fuels the shame that drives people away from the church; gossip prevents whole families from receiving support." – Mark Yarhouse
— Kody Cross (@kody_cross) June 10, 2015