Podcast: Overflow Episode 6 — Urban Ministry, Peacemaking, Non-Violent Parenting

Dan Kent and Osheta Moore talk about Peacemaking (versus Peacekeeping), urban ministry, the impact of gentrification, non-violent parenting, and so much more!

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