Why You Don’t Need To Say “Need”

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  1. Thanks for your help here, Danny. I suspect I am more guilty than I realise for using the word “need” and inadvertently “guilting” people into volunteering. I love the positive and empowering language of “opportunity” instead. I will have several opportunities for people when I return to ministry after my holiday this week, and will be watching my language carefully!. In Christ. Rob (website: http://www.equippinghispeople.com)

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