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January 19, 2009




I have been hearing comments like this more and more in the last couple of months.

One Pastor over here gave a sermon on New Years eve, and he said he did research about a book he was writing, and there has never been anyone on his deathbed, that was glad he chose not to believe...


Wow, wow, wow...

How incredible to know that despite his Atheist views, Penn was honestly touched and moved at the man who would proselytize.

and, wow...
"how much do you have to hate somebody not to proselytize?"

Thanks for letting me see this and chew on it for a while!!


Had a good discussion the other day about how to approach people. I think it should involve our story (Acts 26), the Gospel (Romans 6:23), our life (1 Pet 3:13-17, John 13:35), and probably some others. I guess our challenge is to continue to grow in all three. (One person I talked to proposed we shouldn't use the Word initially, but I can't see how you can do that.)

PS Here's an inspiring story (I have the audio as well): http://www.navigators.org/us/staff/paul_hensley/Articles1/A%20Link%20in%20the%20Chain

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