Sermon Clip: How Christians Should Respond to Ferguson

Sermon Clip: How Christians Should Respond to Ferguson

In this clip from this weeks sermon, Greg Boyd comments on how Christians should respond to the events in Ferguson St. Louis and how that response should always be in love and to help heal both sides.

The full sermon is here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/heart-smart-qa

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