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May 1, 2024

“Discussing the non-essentials ought to help you make disciples, not hinder you from making disciples.”

In this episode, Pastor Dave Dummitt from Willow Creek Community Church joins us to discuss exploring tough topics as a church and navigating non-essentials in our faith.

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