How to Think Christianly
In a world full of good, bad, and ugly, how should Christians process the events of our day? What does the Bible say about the differences between secular thinking and Christian thinking? Listen in as Pastor Michael gives us some practical tips for how to think through current events from a biblical perspective.
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