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There are 6 comments on Beyond the Pulpit

  1. I am concerened for the street people of our day. Many of them are mentally ill and have no direction for their life. Gangs – Drugs and force is the life facing many of them. I recently wrote a book telling of my work with individuals on the street and living in the woods. Please read, (The Cross and the Psychiatrist), it will educate many on how to face the lost of our day. On and can be found on Google. Terry Dorn

  2. What a great presentation!Would that more clergy share Christ with the surrounding world in this way, with inclusion! Christ came for everyone, just as they are. Just as they are!

  3. As on online student living outside the United States, I listen to the Marsh Chapel services on podcast and hearing “Brother Larry” is certainly very refreshing! His passion for ministry is evident.

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