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GUEST BLOG: Rob Brannon During my ministry years of “globe-trotting” around the Mediterranean Basin and the Middle East, I was invited by a long-time friend and supporter to visit his large architectural firm. His firm was located in the southeastern … Continue reading

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CRISIS OR QUESTION

Don’t get discouraged with evangelism if people do not respond right away.  Keep the relationship going because sooner or later, everyone has a CRISIS or a QUESTION.  In either instance, they will then be open to listen.  When you develop a friendship, you … Continue reading

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Slow Food

I was recently in Italy and walked by a restraint that advertised “slow food.”  It was an obvious “slam” at American tourists who invented and insist on “fast food.”  Italians know how to enjoy food… and they have exceptional cuisine.  … Continue reading

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Small wins

It would be wonderful if 100% of the people in your church immediately became totally involved in evangelism. But that just won’t happen. Instead of being discouraged by that, take another approach. Start small and build. Celebrate the small wins. … Continue reading

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