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God Is…Infectious

We talk a lot these days about following Jesus. But what does that really look like in real life? In your family? Where you work? Bill Allison of Cadre Ministries will take us on a God-is-infectious adventure. Bring your sense of humor.

Speaker Bill Allison
Published On July 13, 2013

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