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MESSAGE TITLE Student Takeover Weekend sermon guide It is important for each generation to teach the next generation about the greatness, the power, the mighty wonders of God and of his love for us. Have someone read Psalm 78:4-7. This week three people from our Next Gen community have told us how they are experiencing
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