Garrett Kell - May 18, 2014
Loving One Another Through Generosity and Hospitality (Romans 12:9-21)
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Because we are fallen people in a fallen world, we will have conflict with each other. While conflict can be taxing at times, God can use it to strengthen relationships, bring change in us, and ultimately make us love each other in ways we never could have before the struggle. In this sermon we think through how we can be a people who show genuine love in the midst of conflict.
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