As you go throughout this month of going, try to change the mindset that you are going out to make visits, evangelistic reports, witnessing opportunities, contacts, or some other expression. You go not to make visits but to make friends. I have a couple of wonderful friends in the Wake Forest area I met eating at their restaurants or knocking on their door. Think of every person you meet as a potential friend; this will help your encounter be far more personal. And we can all use more friends!
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