The One Hope for the World
A Word from Josh
Everywhere we look these days, our world seems to be divided along nonnegotiable lines. How can we ever be drawn back together? A pastor once said, “The one hope for the world is a revived church.”
On the program this month, we’ve considered spiritual growth: “Attaining to the Whole Measure of the Fullness of Christ.” A big part of reaching this type of maturity requires unity. It can be tempting to think this is only for inside the church. But the world needs a revived, unified church to lead the way.
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