Few things can darken a person's day like the word "diorama" on your child's book report assignment.
— Nichole Nordeman (@nicholenordeman) April 22, 2013
Dear Christians, adding "just saying" to the end of something mean you just said doesn't make you less of a jerk. Quit it.
— Jon Acuff (@JonAcuff) January 28, 2013
The way we choose to respond to those against us says more about our confidence in God than our frustration with them.
— Louie Giglio (@louiegiglio) March 16, 2012
Love this printable for kids to use in church: mmmcrafts.blogspot.com/2010/08/worshi… fb.me/zJtUVFUq
— Jolanthe (@jolantheerb) July 18, 2012
remaining "unoffended" when your deeply hurt...Flourish.me - An equipping community for ministry wives shar.es/tMXIj via @sharethis
— Lori McDaniel (@LoriMMcDaniel) July 25, 2012
People naturally want to be objects of the ministry, not partners in it. bit.ly/RXd2eZ
— Ed Stetzer (@edstetzer) October 22, 2012
No one has ever mistaken DiGiorno’s for delivery. No one.
— sammy rhodes (@prodigalsam) April 19, 2013
Yes iPhone. “Looking foraged to it” was exactly what I wanted to say. Can’t wait to get in the woods & do some sweet gathering of resources.
— sammy rhodes (@prodigalsam) April 14, 2013