Mar 10, 2013
Surprise on the Mountain
By: Rev. Jeff Allen
While Pastor Bob is in Israel, guest preacher Rev. Jeff Allen shares Matthew's account of the transfiguration of Jesus. Sermon Text: Matthew 17:1-8
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