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.
The early church didn’t say, “Look what the world is coming to!” They said, “Look what has come into the world!” Carl Henry (via @drmoore)
— Matt Smethurst (@MattSmethurst) August 11, 2014
Many people want community, but so few want accountability. There's no real community without accountability.
— Louie Giglio (@louiegiglio) August 11, 2014
"When we do for those in need what they have the capacity to do for themselves, we disempower them." – Bob Lupton, Toxic Charity
— ServeRDU (@ServeRDU) August 11, 2014
Doubt is not always a sign that a man is wrong; it may be a sign that he is thinking. – Oswald Chambers
— Gregg T. Johnson (@GreggTJohnson) August 12, 2014
As a psychologist, I'm been concerned with how we all use passive voice to avoid accepting & placing responsibility for wrongdoing.
— Dr. Chanequa (@drchanequa) August 18, 2014
Sometimes privilege blinds us from seeing the pain of others & sometimes entitlement keeps us from receiving empathy from others.
— D.A. Horton (@da_horton) August 18, 2014
"Fear became my friend because it pushed me to my Father." –@DerwinLGray
— barton henley (@iBartonious) August 17, 2014
We should be political, because Jesus is Lord. Not partisan, because Jesus is Lord. Nor silent, because Jesus is Lord.
— Ray Ortlund (@rayortlund) August 16, 2014
Maybe your best life is being grateful for your existing life.
— Mary DeMuth (@MaryDeMuth) August 13, 2014
Paul says that because of Christ's sufficiency, he is "content with his own weaknesses, insults, hardships and calamities." Freedom, folks.
— Kelly Wolfe (@kellykwolfe) August 12, 2014