It's Not About The Car Keys

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  1. So wonderful Laura, you just brought a tear to my eye. What a great challenge to step out of our comfort zones and love on people in big ways!

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  2. Wow, this was such a great story. I admire your boldness to first try to talk with her, and second, to offer to pray for her. Thank you so much for sharing this. You are so right - people all around us are hurting in the midst of this holiday craziness, and we need to notice that. We never know what kind of opportunities there are to be a witness for Christ until we step out boldly. Thank you for this reminder.

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  3. This is incredible. It's amazing when sometimes you can just 'know' when you're really needed for something and Sarah really needed you in that moment! Cheers for answering a call you might not have heard, to stop and talk with her, cry with her, and pray with her. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Oh friend, you are such a beautiful person inside and out. Thank you for sharing this and for the reminder. When the holidays easily become too focused on gift giving and buying things, it's so refreshing to hear a story like this that reminds us how important it is to care for one another.

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  5. Thankful for your obedience to the Lord's prompts. It's both an encouragement and challenge to me to be "quiet" enough to see needs around and then take an action. Good stuff, sister! Love you!!

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  6. Thank you for this… it's beautiful and such a great reminder to slow down + be bold, notice people + your surroundings, and, above all, to be kind. No doubt she will forever remember your kindness. Carrying this story with me through the holiday season and on.

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  7. Wow. I so enjoyed meeting you earlier - and I like you even more after stopping by and reading this post. Thank you for sharing your heart, and this story.

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