Leaders rarely need to choose between good or bad. Often decisions are between good and better.
— Chris Larson (@ChrisLarson) September 24, 2012
A lot of reading today. It’s stretching my brain, but I hope it’s also enlarging my heart!
— Joe Thorn (@joethorn) September 24, 2012
Practice what you tweet
— Dalmond Bodden (@DALM0ND) September 24, 2012
I love listening to the prayers of elderly Christians, their prayers sound like the simple prayers of little children.
— Burk Parsons (@BurkParsons) September 24, 2012
A sign you’re growing in grace: You’ve developed gospel-etiquette with your car horn. You use it to warn, not shame. #asygig
— Scotty Smith (@ScottyWardSmith) September 24, 2012
“Perhaps we don’t ask personal questions because we don’t like to be asked personal questions.” @davefurman
— Gloria Furman (@gloriafurman) September 25, 2012