Sermon Clips: Two Weeks!

We got busy and didn’t get a chance to post Greg’s sermon from his ongoing series last week so here’s our catch up post. Enjoy! If you’d like to watch the sermons in their entirety, you can find them on the Woodland Hills Church sermon page.

 

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