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If I can cut through the clutter, I’ll speak up. If I’m just adding to it, I’ll stay quiet.

The end result was a very helpful series of conversations in which they were able to see things in a new light and behave in a more Christlike manner.

Because we took the conversation into a venue (face-to-face) where we could filter out all the yelling, we were able to affect change for the better.

Helping one person live a more Christlike life is always better than yelling at a lot of people and seeing nothing change.

It’s not about the volume, it’s about the impact.

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March 14, 2019 at 12:03 PM

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