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  • « The Normal Christian Birth (2) | Main | And the Prayers »

    The Normal Christian Birth

    (1/21/18 - Apologia, Church, Tempe, AZ)

    Text: Acts 2:22ff

    Medical science informs us that the events surrounding a baby’s birth is a key factor in a child’s development. A long, drawn out, painful and complicated birth can have a lasting negative impact and that is why it is vital that much attention is given to provide a safe, healthy process and environment for a baby. When it comes to spiritual birth into the kingdom of God, how can we make sure the new baby is off to a good start in its new life in Christ? What does a NORMAL Christian birth look like? If we could standardize the process, what things would we put in place?

    Posted by John Samson on January 31, 2018 11:52 AM

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