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Podcast: Who Are The Lost?

March 20th, 2012 at 4:49 pm

Just a few decades ago, Texas was a place where the majority attended church and saw life through a Christian lens. But the days of the churched society and generations are gone, now leaving us with people who are “unchurched” but also beyond that and “never churched.” Join Dennis Pethers, director of the UK-based Viz-a-Viz Ministries and a man with a passion for the lost that stems from his own time as part of the “never churched” group, on this month’s episode of The Fellowship Hall podcast as he shares why this societal shift has happened and new approaches the church can take to connect the hope of Christ with this group he also calls the “lost who don’t know they are lost.” Listen now »

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