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Talk to Strangers

June 5, 2011

“The campaign “Don’t talk to strangers” may have destroyed a beautiful aspect of Western Community. It has most definitely held back the Western Church from our greatest calling. To Love our neighbor. A stranger is a future old friend. A stranger may be hurting, lonely, longing for God’s touch, God’s love, God’s hands here in time and space. The body of Christ to step out and say “Hello”. An old friend was once a stranger. A new friend is to travel through space and time with you and grow old with you. I talk to Strangers and I love it. When we talk to strangers life is better. We talk to stranger and God begins to moves in Biblical ways.” – Ethan Holub

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