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June 02, 2005


What do you mean? Jesus and His disciples weren't made of felt?

If you end a sentence about a planned event with, "Lord willing" (as in, "We're going to the beach Saturday, Lord willing.")... you might be an evangelical. (Of course, if you say it in Arabic - "In'shallah" - you might be a Muslim.)

If you think a church plant is what happens after a church split, you might be an evangelical.

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