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Scripture References: 1 Peter 4:7-11 From Series: " Apathy"
What are the questions in your mind that hold you back from fully participating in the life of WPA? For some of you, this is a genuine question needing to be answered. For others, your questions have become excuses. No matter how long you have been a Christian, apathy can set in at any time. In order to be a thriving church, we must rise up from out of our apathy. Join us over the next four weeks as we explore these questions together.
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