David Flowers on the Theo Graff Podcast

cropped-TheoGraff_WebLogo2Our friend David Flowers was interviewed by T. C. Moore for the Theo Graff Podcast. David floated onto our radar a couple of years ago and we hope you’ll check him out. He has a keen mind and a passionate heart for the Kingdom of God.

You can find T. C.’s interview with David here. Also, head on over to David’s blog and find articles related to the content of the interview here. If you’d like to see other interviews T. C. has done including his interview with Greg, check out the whole Theo Graff site here.

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