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Steven Furtick: If You Feed Them, They Will Come

It's easy to trust God in the Promised Land. But how do we feel while we're lost in the desert?

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On his meager college-student budget, Steven Furtick found common ground (in this case food) to minister across cultural differences. What began as a small ministry resulted in real Kingdom impact. In this video, Furtick reminds us God fulfills his promises, even when it feels like nothing is happening.

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