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To Melanie Arnold, it’s a blessing when she gets the opportunity to have conversations with people, listen well, look them in the eyes and let them know they matter.

In July, while she and several others from Lineville Baptist Church were in western Europe, she got the opportunity to do that with several people and plant seeds of the gospel when she could.

“[The conversations] naturally flowed out of genuinely caring and looking into their eyes and letting them know they matter,” Arnold recalled.

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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.

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