Sermon Clip: Dear Abby

Sermon Clip: Dear Abby

In this short sermon clip, Greg Boyd discusses Matthew 7. The infamous “plank in your own eye vs a speck of dust in your neighbors. He clarifies what this verse means when you have a close friend with an issue that you are helping them with.

In the full sermon of Heart Smart our team of panelists read and responded to Dear-Abby-style letters about difficult relational situations from members of the church community. For each letter, they give advice on how to approach the problem from a Kingdom point of view.

Full Sermon Here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/dear-abby

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