If you ever listen to a pastor, teacher, or conference speaker rehearse a story, you’ll often hear them say something like this:
“After I finished my talk last month, someone came up to me and asked . . .”
The phrase “someone came up to me” is a well-worn statement that’s unthinkingly repeated by speakers, both Christian and non-Christian alike.
These speakers hear others use it, then they unwittingly use it without a thought.[Continue Reading…]