In a recent cluster meeting it had a list of things like home visits and devotional meetings that people could aim to take part in. It seems to me that home visits can be limited by ones age and gender. I'm 29 and most people in my community are middle aged. If I rang one of them up asking if I could come over I don't imagine they'd be particularly keen. As far as youth are concerned I wouldn't even bother trying any of the girls as they would think I was making a move on them and probably come up with an excuse. There's only one male youth in my community and the person he's living with doesn't want him to have visitors, so I don't know of anyone who I could make a home visit to.


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