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I just returned from a mission trip in Belarus, where we were building churches.

My translator and guide was Eger.  He told me "Dos-Vee-Don-Ya" and "Pa-Ka" were old-hat.  I needed to get with the times and say good bye the modern way.

We were designing 7 churches and at the end of the meeting with each one I told them the new phrase I had learned "Val-EE-Et-Suda." I could tell by the look on their faces they were quite impressed with my Russian.

However the very last Pastor I met with took me to the side and said, "Robert why do you keep telling each Pastor to "Get Lost" at the end of the meeting?
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