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September 22, 2020 30 min

It is such an honor to have Max Lucado on the Rhythms for Life podcast this week! Max is notorious for delivering soothing messages full of wisdom and encouragement, and this conversation is no different. During a year when many individuals have felt alone, he tells us to take courage. We are stronger than we think because God is nearer than we know. Thousands have been blessed by Max and his ministry over the years, and it is such a gift for Gabe and Rebekah to have this conversation with him today. 


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