It's so easy to spit fire and preach to the choir
. Turn on your choice of cable news or flip open social media to get a dose of that cheap act.
Then we have the airwaves, which nowadays, are mostly crowded with nonsensical programs that preach to the choir
. Years ago, radio and television broadcasts were full of sci-fi shows about extraterrestrials.
He can expect to be hit with a warm wave of applause in the conference hall today - but he must do more than preach to the choir
We need more leaders working to promote diversity and inclusion, but we don't want to "preach to the Choir
He doesn't always preach to the choir
either - disseminating what he calls "left wing bull***" with equal aplomb.
27 ( ANI ): In her first interview since leaving Fox News, Sarah Palin said that she doesn't want to 'just preach to the choir
' and that she is looking to take her message to a 'larger audience'.
Though the book is packaged to preach to the choir
, its style is journalistic and based on extensive investigative research.
You and I can preach to the choir
ad nauseum with few results.
I will not preach to the choir
or claim that I know more about the global financial crisis than governments, central banks and commercial banks do.
"Green Mama" is a truly useful eco-educational tool that does more than preach to the choir
; it gets to the heart of commitment and the reality of daily deeds of faith and preservation for the planet we are given.
The best of these poems do not preach to the choir
; rather they are the choir filled with the same messages as the sermons but more powerful because they are sung.
At the risk of appearing to "preach to the choir
," it's also interesting to note that the FBI's recently released 2007 data showed a drop in violent crime (1.4 percent) over the previous year.
And when I arrived the morning after the endorsement to find my voicemail box registering "full," I comforted myself with how boring it must be to, as the saying goes, preach to the choir
At a recent TCG gathering, Susan Booth of Atlanta's Alliance Theatre asked, "Even while we know how to preach to the choir
, how do we talk to the tone deaf?" If we cannot converse--rather than shout--across the divides that separate us, how can we ever hope to create a collaborative society rather than a divided one, a world that values leadership through agreement rather than will imposed?
Or maybe you want a visually enticing way to preach to the choir
, or to get fresh inspiration for your own projects.