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Sermon Clip: Hunger Games

Sermon Clip: Hunger Games

To begin the series on emotional intelligence and the roles this plays in our relationships, Greg Boyd introduces the foundational teaching of the entire series.
Here’s a hint, it’s LOVE.

In the full sermon, Greg takes a look at the role Jesus plays in our relationships and the importance of letting Christ be the source of where we fulfill our need for love.

Full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/hunger-games

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