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    Pam M

    George Barna has written a book titled "Revolution" that deals with this very issue.


    Congrats on 10 pounds! That's exciting!

    I began thinking over your question "What would you call it and what would you do?" And the truth is I have no idea. We get comfortable just going to church and speaking about God and Jesus there. We stay in this comfort zone when it comes to our beliefs. How crazy is that? Where is the overjoyed mentality of just wanting to share about the love of Jesus Christ?

    "What would you call it?" It shouldn't be a meeting, because that's the last thing people want is to have to go to another meeting. It should be a love fest. Ha ha. The Bible talks about us being set apart by our love, so why not?

    "What would you do?" Well, if it's a love fest, people just need to be loved on- so that they feel that they are priceless. Share testimonies, and share the Gospel, and how people are masterpieces in God's eyes.

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