The heart of the Christian faith is good news–not good behavior, good technique, or good advice.
— Tullian Tchividjian (@PastorTullian) September 5, 2014
— Rev. Jeremy Smith (@umjeremy) September 4, 2014
The Incarnation isn't merely a line in a doctrinal statement, it is the foundational way to architect the church.
— Dan White Jr. (@danwhitejr) September 4, 2014
"One of the hardest things in the world is to be right and not hurt other people with it" @JohnOrtberg
— Alex Absalom (@AlexAbsalom) September 4, 2014
"No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another." – Charles Dickens
— Mission Foundation (@FoundationAVL) September 4, 2014
Quite worrying abt getting ppl into your church, find opportunities 2 move ppl already there into God’s service
— Mike Slaughter (@RevMSlaughter) September 4, 2014
When it comes to evangelism, our church likes to cease every opportunity.
— Church Curmudgeon (@ChrchCurmudgeon) September 4, 2014
Don’t just tell us what you’re against. Show us what you're about. Fascinate us. Compel us. Invite us. Help us re-imagine a better story.
— Eugene Cho (@EugeneCho) September 4, 2014
Jesus reinterpreted the God of MT.Sinai to the God who hangs out in a neighborhood
— Dan White Jr. (@danwhitejr) September 3, 2014
Love is an ever-increasing, ever-widening, ever-resetting thing.
— The Antioch Session (@antiochsession) September 3, 2014
Jesus is God’s photo bomb in the world.
— A.J. Swoboda (@mrajswoboda) September 3, 2014
“The Church is not to be defined by what it is, but by that End to which it moves.” ~Lesslie Newbigin
— Geoff Holsclaw ن (@geoffholsclaw) September 2, 2014
On reconciling racial divides: 1) Live with/among each other, 2) confess/ reconcile the past, 3) jointly engage social issues for the future
— David Fitch (@fitchest) September 2, 2014
Without mutual submission almost nothing great can happen: from good marriages to amazing community development, all the way to world peace
— Brandon J. Brown (@brandonjbrown) September 5, 2014