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.
"Stories groom instincts, and instincts control loyalties, and loyalties shape choices." NDWilson, Death by Living
— Jonathan Pennington (@DrJTPennington) January 5, 2014
Christians believe in the virgin birth of Jesus. Materialists believe in the virgin birth of the cosmos. Choose your miracle.
— Glen Scrivener (@glenscrivener) January 5, 2014
I always say, if you know who you are, you don't have to prove who you are!
— Pastor Randy Scott (@IronFaithFellow) January 8, 2014
Leaders make hard choices in a graceful way.
— Kevin Peck (@_kpeck_) January 8, 2014
Jesus is always better than you expect, even if it's sometimes in ways you don't like.
— Derek Rishmawy (@DZRishmawy) January 10, 2014
“Anyone can slay a dragon, but try waking up every morning & loving the world all over again. That's what takes a real hero.”-Andreas
— Rob Morris (@ROBLOVE146) January 10, 2014
"All theology, like all fiction, is at its heart autobiography." Fredrick Buechner
— StephenPate (@StephenPate) January 11, 2014
Counseling should be normal for Christians. Way you came to Christ is way you grow in Christ: admitting you don’t have it all together.
— Sammy Rhodes (@sammyrhodes) January 11, 2014
The Pharisees are clearly depicted as being in the crowd-gathering and crowd-keeping business in the gospels. Pastors, watch your hearts.
— howertonjosh (@howertonjosh) January 13, 2014
Do what you do well for the glory of God, do it somewhere strategic for the mission of God #GospelAtWork
— Wes Smith (@wesmith3) January 13, 2014