Jesus Christ laid down his life for us, therefor we ought to lay down our lives for others.
— Tim Rhodus

God wants you to love loud today by forgiving someone in the way that He forgave you.
— Tim Rhodus

Whatever we’re talking about, we are merely stewards of what God has entrusted to us.
— Tim Rhodus

When you’re unkind toward me, it challenges my flesh to how I’m going to respond.
— Tim Rhodus

Jesus didn’t come to make us leaders. Jesus himself took on the very nature of a servant.
— Tim Rhodus

God doesn’t need any of your stuff! What God wants is you. He wants your heart.
— Tim Rhodus

Servanthood is about us serving people, but it’s also about us serving God and serving God looks like obedience.
— Tim Rhodus

We are not called to be the best version of ourselves. We are called to be the best version of Jesus that we can be.
— Tim Rhodus

We cannot love loud without learning to deny ourselves.
— Tim Rhodus

We have to love people enough to drown out the hate.
— Tim Rhodus

The world doesn’t need anymore plastic. The world needs more authentic followers of Jesus.
— Tim Rhodus

You have to journey through the routine and the mundane to get to the supernatural.
— Tim Rhodus

People want the benefits of loving Christ without the assignment of loving loud.
— Tim Rhodus

How you really overcome doubt is by engaging your savior and allowing him to prove himself to you.
— Tim Rhodus

As you go, you lighten the darkness. Bring hope with you. Love loud.
— Tim Rhodus

We have to raise the value of what it’s supposed to be to be a follower of Christ.
— Tim Rhodus