Meaningful Dialogue - Talking to Others About God (6.16.19)

Stand Alone Sermon

June 16, 2019 • Pastor Bryan Dugger • Luke 24:13-27

Superficial discussions are a normal part of life, but they are no substitute for substantive, meaningful discussion. Meaningful dialogue provides a forum in which worldview formation can occur and the gospel can be proclaimed. We should then be enthusiastic about escalating superficial discussions into meaningful dialogues about life, God, and eternity.

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