Truth | Darrell Harrison & Virgil Walker | Ep. 134

Oct 26, 2020

Today I’m welcoming the hosts of my FAVORITE podcast, Just Thinking, back to the show! 

This time, we’re talking about TRUTH! Does it change – how is it defined by scripture, how do we speak and live it boldly even in the face of intense opposition and hate? 

That’s what they’re here to share about today and I promise you will LOVE this episode. It’s straight fire. 

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