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Chris Seay & Tri Robinson: Don't Begin with Morality

In a broken and sinful culture, where do we begin to offer God's healing?

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With Christians losing credibility in society, these pastors say morality is the wrong place to start in pursuit of healing. Instead we must show that we care about people, and not simply how they behave. That requires befriending the "immoral" outside the church, and being committed to radical discipleship inside the church.

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