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David Wilson

The 3 by 5 rule seems impossible. Personally, I'd have to work at the Waffle House to generate that many contacts a day. Just won't happen unless I drop everything else.


During your brief daily opportunities to engage someone in conversation at work, school, the store, the bank, etc. asking strangers where they worship is a great "ice breaker" question. When they say they don't go to church you can then invite them to yours saying something like: "Good Shepherd community church is a friendly place if you are looking. That's where I worship". That sort of brief workday-related conversation led to my eventual salvation.

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"Cultivating spiritual intimacy is essential for leaders to live a vibrant missional life."— Gary Rohrmayer


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