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Lois Flowers
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Lois Flowers

I didn’t know evangelical Christians made up such a small percentage of Scotland’s population, Lesley. What a wonderful opportunity you have to introduce the children of your country to the story of the Bible. Only God knows the fruit that will come from the seeds you are planting.

Jeanne Takenaka
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Jeanne Takenaka

Lesley, I so appreciate your encouragement to tell The Story. there are people in my life who desperately need to hear the story of Jesus’ love for them. But, sometimes I chicken out in telling them. Other times, I may begin, but they shut me out. Which is okay. Because then I begin praying for them in earnest. What I’ve realized is that it’s not my job to make everyone accept Jesus. It’s not even my role to share the gospel with everyone. Because sometimes, there is someone they will listen to when they won’t listen to me. So, in… Read more »

Bethany
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Bethany

Love this Lesley! I’m SO glad for the opportunities God is giving you to tell His story to kids- and to adults and online too. Thanks for the thoughtful questions and wisdom on telling the greatest story ourselves, too!

Lisa notes
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Lisa notes

This: “It’s an amazing story! And in telling it to others, I never fail to be impacted myself.” Every time we tell it, it rubs a little deeper into our souls. Thanks for this, Lesley!

Mary Geisen
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Mary Geisen

Thank you for the call to share the story. I also am very comfortable teaching children. Reaching out to adults/peers is another story. The bottom line is that this is what God calls us to do. Thank you for sharing your wisdom.

Trudy
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Trudy

I’d love to be a little mouse in the corner and watch you with the children, Lesley. 🙂 I can just see that excitement in you passing on to them. I love that creative, hands-on approach. How sad that so many children have never heard of the Bible. It’s so wonderful that you’re allowed to go into schools and teach them. Blessings and love to you!

Linda Stoll
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Linda Stoll

I read that 2% stat recently, Lesley, and it made me sad that my dad’s beloved homeland finds itself in such a sad, godless place. And then there is light and hope and the power of the Spirit shining through this generation, through you.

And I am so encouraged. I’m praying for you right now as I tap away. And if my dad was still alive, he’d be praying for you, too.

And maybe he is, up in heaven, right now …

Barbara Harper
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Barbara Harper

What a wonderful opportunity you have! And you’re right, we all have different spheres of influence and people God wants us to tell the story to.

Kim McCulley
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Kim McCulley

Beautiful! It is a wonderful Story.

Rebecca Jones
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Rebecca Jones

How wonderful you can teach them.

Joanne Viola
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Joanne Viola

This is so true! Having done children’s ministry for years, it is amazing how children respond. They are quick to engage and more importantly, seeds are being planted deep into their tender hearts. May God bless you and may the seeds you are planting yield a harvest beyond your expectations!

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Rachel Jones
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I appreciate this encouragement to share the Good News right where we are and the reminder to be well prepared to share the story. Thank you!