Sermon Clip: Through Samaria

Sermon Clip: Through Samaria

In this final installment of the Women on the Outside series, we explore the story of the woman at the well Jesus encountered while traveling through Samaria and how he dives right in to the gender and racial tensions of the first century Jewish culture.

You can listen/watch the full sermon here: http://whchurch.org/sermons-media/sermon/through-samaria

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