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Paul Huyghebaert - July 29, 2018

The Immersed Life

Restoration Roots

This month we began by asking this question: "What value can we place on understanding where we have come from?" Understanding the past is often a key to understanding the present and charting the future as well. For this reason, we will spend our time this month gaining a better understanding of the central ideas that gave birth to the Restoration Movement, the catalyst to the second Great Awakening. This week we take a look at the significance of baptism in the life of the believer.

From Series: "Restoration Roots"

In many ways, the Restoration Movement served as the catalyst for the Second Great Awakening, a sweeping spiritual revival that had a great affect on this country. Join us this month as we strive to understand how we, as a church movement, have arrived where we are today.

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