A New Beginning with Greg Laurie

Tell Someone – III

Saturday, December 30, 2017
Series: Best of 2017

Some believers think evangelism is best left to the pastor . . . or only for those with the "gift of gab." Pastor Greg Laurie says Jesus has called each and every one of us to share the hope of Christ. Want to find out how to do that?

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