Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

First and Lasting Impressions

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It takes less effort to smile because the facial muscles used are stronger, yet so many choose to frown more readily.  We have heard it said that “a smile says a thousand words.”  Smiling at someone during a random encounter can literally change a person’s outlook on humanity.  A smile can bring joy, comfort and peace.  What does a smile do for you?  Why is it that many folks don’t realize that a smile should be part of the Christian life.  As followers of Jesus, it would seem that a permanent smile should be on our faces at all times. Let’s talk about this evangelization tool of smiling.  Call in to 1-800-585-9396 and share your take on this topic.

From Facebook Live viewer Steve: Here’s a poem my grandparents posted on the wall of their parlor: “Smile awhile and while you smile — another smiles, And soon there are miles and miles of smiles and Life’s worthwhile Because you Smile.” by Kathleen J. Edgar

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