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.
Authenticity in worship and discipleship "doesn't mind habits, so long as they don't become hollow." NT Wright After You Believe, 224
— mark liederbach (@MarkDLiederbach) June 3, 2014
The best Bible studies wet your appetite for the Word not satiate it.
— Eliza Jane Huie (@ElizaJaneHuie) June 4, 2014
The difference between a holy complaint and a discontented complaint: in one we complain to God; in the other we complain of God – T. Watson
— Melissa Kruger (@melissabkruger) June 4, 2014
Change always begins with a conversation.
— D.A. Horton (@da_horton) June 5, 2014
“If you are drawn into a controversy, use very hard arguments and very soft words.” – C.H. Spurgeon
— J.A. Medders (@mrmedders) June 5, 2014
Our spouse cannot bear the burden of deity. They can never satisfy the deepest longings of your heart. That's why we need a Savior.
— Bryan Loritts (@bcloritts) June 5, 2014
Relationships matter! You can never get to the right place with the wrong people.
— Dr. Charles Lowery (@DrCharlesLowery) June 5, 2014
Jesus loves the real you right now, not the you you hope to become someday.
— Justin Buzzard (@JustinBuzzard) June 6, 2014
Are we a church that simply serves the 'least of these' or are we church OF the 'least of these'?
— Tremayne Manson (@MayneMan78) June 8, 2014
"God doesn't say 'Yell at the dark! Tell it how messed up it is!' He says, 'Let your light shine.'" @NateRuch
— Susie Larson (@SusieLarson) June 8, 2014