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No More Secrets

Pastor and author John Ortberg writes of the power of no-secret friendships:

One of the most important moments of my spiritual life was when I sat down with a longtime friend and said, "I don't want to have any secrets anymore."
I told him everything I ...

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Glen Wells

June 03, 2011  10:05am

Bring to the light what lies in the darkness and the transforming power of Jesus Christ can be known.

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