A New Beginning with Greg Laurie

This is Not a Drill – III

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Scripture: Nehemiah 10

Runners don't win a prize for how fast they leave the starting block. And similarly, when we run "for the prize of the high calling," it's all about how we finish. Pastor Greg Laurie helps us learn how to finish well as he presents his final study in Nehemiah.

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