I'm compelled to yell

Dec. 1, 2016

Alex Jamerison, graduate of Harding University, asks, “What are we yelling?” As a finalist of the NextGen Preacher Search, he confronts us with tough questions where we must decide what we truly believe. (Excerpted from the NACC conference in 2015.)


Topics: Conflict, Evangelism & Outreach, Leadership, Ministry, Outreach


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