Sermon: Kingdom Nice

Sermon: Kingdom Nice

Did Jesus’ disciples break up?!? In this short clip, Greg Boyd talks about conflict between the disciples and how they handled it in a Christ-like way.

The little things we do in the Kingdom make a big difference. In the full sermon, Greg shows that the incarnation and cross are spiritual and physical realities for us.

Full Sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/kingdom-nice

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