How to greet one another in the Lord

Working at a public university library, I get the opportunity to see a vast array of people daily. I’ll often see folks with obvious Christian paraphernalia, like T-shirts or a Bible out on a desk. They are usually younger than I am, so feelings of motherly/sisterly comradeship rise up in my heart. I want to go pat them on the shoulder and say something encouraging. So how do I discreetly address them? If they are believers, then I am sure they won’t think I’m being too weird.

I’ll also fit in a blog article on Catholic HC observations. And another post on sticky Greek in 1 Corinthians 11.

Oh, another great discovery, Faith and Gender Blog. 

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