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Get off the Stage!

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Author/Source: Karl Bastian

Topic: Kidology Theorem #15

Kidology Theorem #15 - Sometimes you have to teach from within the crowd.

 

Younger leaders might not know the old hymn, “In the Garden.” First published in 1912, its most well-known line is, “He walks with me and He talks with me.” The song was written by a pharmacist in a cold, damp basement that had no window, let alone a garden view, but the author loved the image of Jesus walking and talking with His children.  


 

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