Tweet of the Week 3.1.12

Posted: 03/01/2012 in Children's Ministry, Family Ministry, Parenting, Pastor(ing), Tweets

Yes I know, some of these are over a week old. Sorry. I’m still getting the hang of this blogging routine.

Matt Chandler
@MattChandler74
Don’t let the task overtake the task giver.

Paul David Tripp
@PaulTripp
Obedience is much more than begrudging duty to abstract rules. No, it is a moment by moment means of personally celebrating grace.

KidMin360/Greg Baird
@KidMin360
“A child of five, if properly instructed, can, as truly believe, and be regenerated, as an adult.” – Charles H. Spurgeon #KidMin

Jonathan Dodson
@Jonathan_Dodson
True friendship comes through shared suffering, truth, & trust.

D6 Conference
@theD6conference
“Spiritual formation begins at home, but it does not end there.” @kurtbruner

Justin Buzzard
@JustinBuzzard
Leader, your strongest tool is vision. Lead your people w/ the big vision God has given you.

jaredcwilson
@jaredcwilson
Don’t assume difficulty in your ministry means a lack of calling to it.

Eric Haynes
@Eric_A_Haynes
Dear God, show me where You need me to shift my thinking and modeling of the spiritual journey to my kids today. #tc #parenting #fammin

Darrin Patrick
@darrinpatrick
In prayer, God changes our desires instead of meeting our demands

Givethemgrace
@givethemgrace
Is our message to our children, “Do better” or is our message, “Jesus, friend of sinners.” They need more than morals they need a Savior.

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