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Treating Christianity like a self-improvement project is a likely path to Hell.
— Fr. Anthony Sciarappa (@FatherSciarappa) October 20, 2018
This is a great discussion starter on social media and comparison, she does say the “H word” midway through, but I don’t think it distracts from the overall message. You probably could show it the video in two parts around the “H word” and have discussion and not lose too much momentum.
New song and video from For King and Country currently #4 on YouTube Trending
Which describes your ministry?
Could be a fun intro
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Women In YM: When Your Mom Questions Your Call To Youth Ministry
Free Lesson: The Three Most Ungrateful People In The New Testament
Spotify Thanksgiving Playlist