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May 04, 2015


Thanks for sharing your thoughts, Tim! Good words for me to hear today. Thoughts that come to my mind after reading this..... I'm wondering what 'change' is God calling me to be part of? What needs am I failing/neglecting to see around me? I like thinking about it in terms of the simple equation: love + time/effort = change.

Thanks, Krystal. I hope we're always in a state of "change", constantly assessing where God has placed us and how we can engage with him in his work. And by the way, you're one of the people I look to as someone who is already active and in pursuit of God's love to others. Thanks for your patient, calm and consistent approach to the lost and needy!

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