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Good Shepard Baptist - Enduring Hardship by Rev. Brown - 11/10/19

Click here to listen to the Sermon Enduring Hardship  - This sermon is about Job and what he had to endure when he was tested.  Review Job 23:1-12.  Today Good Shepard Baptist Church on N. 28th Street in North Churchill had a special Veteran's Day program.  Click the link to enjoy Minister Brown's sermon.



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