Watch the episode from June 1, 2020. Carey and David review the latest ChurchPulse data and are joined by guests Glenn Packiam and Adam Weber to talk about the reopening of physical gatherings.
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Learn more from Matthew Kim in his latest book, Preaching to People in Pain: How Suffering Can Shape Your Sermons and Connect with Your Congregation.
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