All eyes on Apple–new products. Fine & Good. As long as our enjoyment of things & new technologies doesn't eclipse our enjoying of people
— Leonard Sweet (@lensweet) September 7, 2014
"What happens when the church you love is broken down in the fast lane of a changing culture?" @lensweet in So Beautiful
— Laurel O'Connor (@laurelmoconnor) September 8, 2014
If living with others in healthy community isn’t messy for you, you’re probably doing it wrong.
— J.R. Briggs (@jr_briggs) September 8, 2014
When we seek to plant churches bigger than our neighborhoods we're tempted to act bigger than we are.
— Dan White Jr. (@danwhitejr) September 8, 2014
When you eat a long meal w/ people different than you, reconciliation's not a cause on a sign, it's actually happening in your neighborhood.
— David Fitch (@fitchest) September 8, 2014
My liberation is tied up in yours. #Ferguson
— Michael Brown (@BroderickGreer) September 9, 2014
Conversion is not to a code, or cause, or creed. Conversion is to Christ, a person not a principle
— Leonard Sweet (@lensweet) September 9, 2014
And again: "Justice is what love looks like in public." Cornel West
— Marlena Graves (@MarlenaGraves) September 9, 2014
From our taster conference today: "What's the primary model of growth for most churches?" "Having babies!" #unmissional
— Alex Absalom (@AlexAbsalom) September 9, 2014
— Laurel O'Connor (@laurelmoconnor) September 10, 2014
Discipleship relationships hinge at the unusual place of Belonging with each other (safety) & Becoming new together (stretching).
— Dan White Jr. (@danwhitejr) September 10, 2014
"@darrinpatrick: If you aren't even a little freaked out by God's call on your life, you aren't embracing God's call on your life." // Amen!
— Dai Hankey ن (@daihankey) September 11, 2014
Pro Missional Tip: You are called to rest IN God, not work FOR God; to have faith, not frenzy. Rest in God and the rest will work out.
— Geoff Holsclaw ن (@geoffholsclaw) September 12, 2014
What type of org structure a faith community embraces IMO depends largely on what the community values most.
— Fred Liggin IV (@Liggin) September 12, 2014
ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND!