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Monday, February 3, 2014

Ten Tweets Worth Blogging

Here are a few of my tweets that might be worth blogging to remind myself of the One to whom I belong:

God's primary aim is not merely to do a great work through us but to do a great work in that he can do a great work through us.

If we are going to do what Jesus did we have to do what he did before he did those things- he rooted himself in the Father

If human affirmation is the fuel that keeps you going in ministry you will run out of gas. Fill your tank with God's affirming love.

If you want your kids to grow up loving the Church, spend more time commending than critiquing the Church.

I keep discovering, over and over and over again, that the best things about me are what God did for me despite me.

Ministry is perfectly designed for the crucifixion of the ego. And if our ego doesn't get crucified, our ministry will.

Pastors: Are we driven more by methodological pragmatism or theological convictions? Sometimes they align; lots of times they don't.

Holy desire that does not translate into holy decisions will dissipate.

When pastors and churches cooperate instead of compete, Christ becomes more compelling to the contemporary culture.

The God would become a human 2000 years ago is shocking. That he would persist and return in human form is shocking squared.