New Birth - Hmong: White

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Messages from native believers for evangelism, growth and encouragement. May have denominational emphasis but follows mainstream Christian teaching.

Program Number: 62956
Language name: Hmong: White

Program Length: 1:56:23

Introduction ▪ God is holy & all powerful ▪ God is everywhere

18:02

1. Introduction ▪ God is holy & all powerful ▪ God is everywhere

Introduction ▪ The Devil

17:13

2. Introduction ▪ The Devil

Introduction ▪ Know yourself

19:43

3. Introduction ▪ Know yourself

Introduction (Trust Jesus) ▪ Trust Jesus

19:33

4. Introduction (Trust Jesus) ▪ Trust Jesus

Introduction (Receive the Holy Spirit) ▪ Receive the Holy Spirit

21:18

5. Introduction (Receive the Holy Spirit) ▪ Receive the Holy Spirit

Introduction (Good Works) ▪ Good Works

20:32

6. Introduction (Good Works) ▪ Good Works

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