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No Forwarding Address – II

Currently on A NEW BEGINNING, Pastor Greg Laurie is presenting an inspiring series called World Changers. We’re seeing that World Changers have turned their hearts toward the next world. Today, we’ll consider the example of Abraham—often called the Father of the Faith.

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