the pygmy way

Sermon: The Pygmy Way

Last weekend Greg preached about the history of Woodland Hills Church as a part of the church’s 20th anniversary. It’s a pretty fun walk down memory lane as well as a challenge to follow the “pygmy way” even when it looks silly. If you’d like to download the sermon you can find it here.

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