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julie

it is interesting to me that in all of the leadership literature, the least commonly used, but often most effective strategy is 'go back the way you came' - in the church, i find a great reluctance to do this, especially as there seems a great pressure in leadership to push forward into new territory - this blessing is really good jonny - makes me think a lot !!

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