Loving the Church

From Undergraduate Chapel: Spring 2013

David Kinnaman addresses the cultural trends that have caused the majority of young people to leave the church. He urges his audience to have the courage to be pure and proximate as Daniel was in Babylon. This, he says, is the way to show culture that church is transcendent and long-standing.

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