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Spring 2004: Street-Level Preaching

volume 25, Issue 2

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Church on video brings worship services to Little Rock firefighters.

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God is not easy on the people who get used in the gospel drama.


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His voice is still small, but you'll preach better if you hear first from the Holy Spirit.

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Drawing from the prophets, the rabbis, and Jesus to confront the culture.

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