Episode 46: Stop Being So Judgemental!

Is it always wrong to judge? In this episode of the P&I! podcast, we talk about the challenge of making Godly judgements while living in a culture that is hostile to absolute truth.
  • Tuesday, 09 May 2017 09:59
Provoke&Inspire Podcast

Bi-weekly podcasts featuring Chad Johnson, Luke Greenwood, Ben Pierce and David Pierce as well as other members of the C&L! Community

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Presented by Ben Pierce, David Pierce, Chad Johnson, Luke Greenwood

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