"The size of the congregation is not the measure of the person's heart, or the congregation's heart," Strobel said. "... It goes beyond what resources they have or how much they can provide. It starts with a welcoming heart."
"The size of the congregation is not the measure of the person's heart, or the congregation's heart," Strobel said. "... It goes beyond what resources they have or how much they can provide. It starts with a welcoming heart." Herald-Leader
"The size of the congregation is not the measure of the person's heart, or the congregation's heart," Strobel said. "... It goes beyond what resources they have or how much they can provide. It starts with a welcoming heart." Herald-Leader

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