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This Is Not a Drill! – I

Do the people around you know that you’re a Christian? Today on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie points out the importance of making a public stand for the Lord. Why would someone want to keep that good news a secret? Tune in for Pastor Greg’s study in Nehemiah!

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