Five Minute Friday: Crowd

Happy Friday!

I’m thankful for some cooler temps, for incremental changes and hope for the future.  How about you?

Linking up with Kate Motaung and the Five Minute Friday community.


What do you do when you don’t want to go along with the crowd?

When you don’t agree and think they’ve been deceived?

How do you find a way to engage? A compassionate way. A grace-filled way.

People don’t want to pry their fingers loose from deeply held beliefs, even when they are irrational.

So, how do you start the conversation?

How do you foster openness and receptivity?

How do you express your convictions to a hostile crowd?

Does logic matter or is it just an emotional decision?

I don’t know the answers to these questions, but I do know I’m looking for a way to get my foot in the door.

Somehow, there has to be a way to engage. Somewhere, there is an answer.


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6 thoughts on “Five Minute Friday: Crowd

  1. Karen

    Great picture of the crowd. I can agree with your questions. Questions we must find an answer to so we can shine our light and bring the grace of God to the crowds that are going astray. Questions we should all ponder and answer. You make me think today.


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