Sermon Clip: God In The Gallows

Sermon Clip: God In The Gallows

Greg has recently returned from a three week trip in Europe, and today he shares stories of how the Kingdom message of a Jesus-looking God, radical love and non-violence is truly spreading all over the world.

You can view the full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/god-in-the-gallows

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