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Sermon: We The Church

Sermon: We The Church

The Anabaptists saw that the building is not the Church. God wants to dwell on this Earth, but it is not in a building. It is in his people. In this brief clip, Greg traces the origins to see how “church” became associated with buildings. Let’s recover our identity as the place where God dwells!

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