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.
Jesus isn't going to try to speak over the noise in our lives; He won't compete for our attention.
— Bob Goff (@bobgoff) June 30, 2015
The opposite of scarcity isn't abundance. The opposite of scarcity is enough. @BreneBrown
— Sharon Hodde Miller (@SHoddeMiller) July 8, 2015
John Newton turned down an offer from John Wesley to travel and preach because he didn't want to be gone long from his wife. Courageous.
— Brian Croft (@PastorCroft) July 10, 2015
"We don't really want to live as ambassadors. We would rather live as mini-kings." #Tripp
— mikepassaro (@mikepassaro) July 10, 2015
It is not possible to be spiritually mature while remaining emotionally immature.#EHLEADER
— AustinStoneCounselng (@StoneCounseling) July 10, 2015
"A hallmark of a healthy creative culture is that its people feel free to share ideas, opinions, and criticisms." @edcatmull #creativityinc
— James Kinnard (@jameskinnard) July 11, 2015
In whatever man does without God, he must fail miserably, or succeed more miserably.
— Chad Bird (@birdchadlouis) July 13, 2015
"It's really important for me to take responsibility for what goes wrong and share credit for what goes right." @collinhansen #TGCvocations
— Bethany Jenkins (@BethanyJenkins) July 13, 2015
Beauty viewed by the eye will be valued by the heart and voiced by the mouth.
— Chris Wilbanks (@chriswilbanks) July 14, 2015
So, selling body parts of dismembered infant corpses *isn't* culturally abusive, but saying it's morally evil is. Got it. #PlannedParenthood
— howertonjosh (@howertonjosh) July 14, 2015
God wants to use you. Not a phony made up version of you but the you He created.
— John McGowan (@JohnGMcGowan) July 14, 2015