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The Art of Godliness, Episode 11: The Weird One

Paul and I began The Art of Godliness as an extension of our existing friendship. The conversations we’ve enjoyed as friends, colleagues, and co-elders simply spilled over into the podcast. This episode is perhaps the most obvious indicator of the fun we have as friends. In this eleventh and final episode of series 1 of the podcast, we just have fun. That’s why I’ve labeled it “The Weird One.” I hope you enjoy it!

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The administrator of this blog, Susie Jones, is passionate about helping others unlock the full potential of who they where created to be through knowing God intimately and believing that He is who He says He is. The purpose of this blog is to nurture the truth that Christianity is all about a relationship with God, not just another religion.

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