Church Army's podcast | Episode 2: advice to my younger self
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Making mistakes is all part of gaining experience, even when it comes to mission and evangelism. In this episode Hannah and Chris talk about what they think their 60 years old selves would say to themselves now. Hannah interviews Mike Collyer, one of Church Army's retired evangelists who shares some stories from the last 44 years in Church Army about faith, evangelism and how God shapes us over the years. He also tells us what advice he would give to his younger self.
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