By Wayne Schmidt | Apr 12, 2017
Is discipleship something you are? Or is it something you just do once in a while? General Superintendent Wayne Schmidt discusses how discipleship is living out the Great Commission and the Greatest Commandment on a consistent, daily basis.
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