Manifesting God’s Character

Manifesting God’s Character

What is the role of the church in God’s kingdom? Greg says that the role of the church is to be who we are. Then our doing flows out of our being. When we are who we are, we start doing things that reflect Christ. This short video is shared by The Work of the People.

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