Episode 1070 | Adriel Sanchez and Bill Maier answer caller questions.
Questions in this Episode
1. How should we approach different views about women in church leadership roles?
2. What does hospitality look like when your neighbors are LGBTQ+?
3. Is the “Jesus Calling” devotional consistent with the Bible?
4. What can I do when I’m haunted by my past sins?
5. What does the Bible say about people who use “prophecy” to make money?
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