David Collister - Sep 28, 2014

Most Christ-followers today can probably attribute the ancestry of their faith back to the apostle Paul. He was called the “Apostle to the Gentiles,” and was the first to take the good news of Jesus beyond Judea and Samaria out into the better part of the then known world. Other than Christ himself, Paul has probably had the single most profound impact on spreading the Christian faith. As such, there’s a lot we can learn from him!

Join us this Sunday as we consider what made Paul so effective – particularly his ability to reach any person, anywhere.

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