Sermon Clip: Tough To Love

Sermon Clip: Tough To Love

Learning how to love the people in our life that we find challenging to deal with is often very difficult. This week in Heart Smart Greg Boyd looks at some biblical examples and instructions on how to love our enemies in the same way we love our friends.

Full Sermon Here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/tough-to-love

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