He doesn't always preach to the choir
either - disseminating what he calls "left wing bull***" with equal aplomb.
According to Politico, she said that 'they can't just preach to the choir
,' adding that "the message of liberty and true hope must be understood by 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.
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
Any number of workshops and general sessions "preached to the choir," inveighing them, in turn, to also preach to the choir
Every day since I've been inaugurated, I've been up and down the state talking about higher expectations, and today I get to preach to the choir
,'' the governor said, clearly pleased with the reception.
So many of us have this as our goal that it seems ludicrous to preach to the choir
, but I feel that the suffocation that I mentioned before may be taking its toll on all of us overdone, over-dealt women.
Other wellness programs preach to the choir
by attracting already-healthy employees to participate, or they only offer exercise classes or facilities.
I think it would have been great for each group to hear from and talk to each other, rather than simply have each group preach to the choir
about the other group.
We didn't want to preach to the choir
, and we didn't want to do another soft coming-out after-school special.
Photo: Singer Amy Grant need not preach to the choir
, says a reader.
About Face was founded with the goal of creating gay and lesbian theater that would cross over--really good, really pretty, and really gay theater that didn't just preach to the choir