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Overcoming Suburban Idolatry to Reach Others

Ashley Hales identifies the idols of suburbia – including consumerism, individualism, and safety – and describes how we can ensure God is our top priority, along with His mission of sharing the Gospel with our neighbors. Ashley offers encouragement and practical steps we can take in a discussion based on her book, Finding Holy in the Suburbs: Living Faithfully in the Land of Too Much.

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