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We Need Each Other – Daily Devotion

Mark 2:1–12.
Have you experienced moments where you didn’t know how you would make it through? Or times when you had to call a friend to encourage you in a storm? The Christian life isn’t meant to be lived alone—we all need people in our lives. Watch the video to learn the importance of having a faith-based community.

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Written and performed by Sheridan Voysey:
Sheridan Voysey is a writer, speaker, and broadcaster based in Oxford, United Kingdom. He is the author of seven books, including The Making of Us: Who We Can Become When Life Doesn’t Go as Planned, Resurrection Year: Turning Broken Dreams into New Beginnings, and the Discovery House titles Resilient: Your Invitation to a Jesus-Shaped Life and the award-winning Unseen Footprints. Sheridan is a presenter of Pause for Thought on BBC Radio 2’s Breakfast Show (heard by 10 million people daily), is a regular guest on other broadcast networks across the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, and beyond, and speaks at conferences and events around the world. Sheridan blogs and podcasts at sheridanvoysey.com, and he invites you to find him on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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