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Erik Afton

Thanks for the helpful ideas for practical ways to open up conversations about God with people in our community. I have had a couple of really open conversations with people about my faith. One is a Buddhist friend and the other is a friend who suffers depression, I'm beginning to disciple and mentor him! Blessings to great ministry.

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


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