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The Beautifully Bizarre Entangled You

Reality is not always what it seems. We get lulled into treating our miraculous lives as something ordinary if we’re not paying close attention. Last weekend Greg preached on some of the more bizarre findings of quantum physics and what this this reveals about how beautifully entangled we are with God and with one another.

You can download the sermon and supporting materials here.

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