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April 19, 2019

Hour 1: Where is God's Grace? | Dr. Charles Ware| Part 1

On this Good Friday, Kelli and Steve explore the meaning of Grace, and how that looks in the midst of a painful life change.  Today Dr. Charles Ware shares a difficult time in he and his wife's marriage, when his son broke his neck in a basketball practice.  Now they are looking at God's grace through the lens of paralysis. 

Hour 2: Where is God's Grace? PART 2 | Dr. Charles Ware

On this Good Friday, Kelli and Steve explore the meaning of Grace, and how that looks in the midst of a painful life change.  Today Dr. Charles Ware shares a difficult time in he and his wife's marriage, when his son broke his neck in a basketball practice.  Now they are looking at God's grace through the lens of paralysis. 

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Dr. Charles Ware
Dr. Charles Ware

Dr. Charles Ware

Dr. Ware is president emeritus of Crossroads Bible College, a biblically conservative evangelical institution dedicated to training Christian leaders to a reach multiethnic urban world for Christ. He speaks as a consultant on racial reconciliation and leadership. Dr. Ware has authored, co-authored, and edited several books, most recently, One Race One Blood. Ware serves on several boards: The Association of Baptists for World Evangelism, The Association for Biblical Higher Education, Anchorsaway, and the Biblical Counseling Coalition.

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