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Charles Swindoll: Refusing To Wear Masks

Many churches expect their leaders to be models of virtue and righteousness. Many pastors expect this of themselves. But those high expectations have a dark side - they can lead us to hide the truth about ourselves when that truth is less than perfect.

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In this video, Dr. Charles Swindoll tells us why hiding behind a mask of deceipt is not the right way to respond to the unrealistic and unforgiving expectations that pastors and church leaders often face.

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