William Murphy: “You Can’t Have Worship Without Justice”

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  • Josh Kluge

 

 

William Murphy has been a leading voice in gospel music for 20 years.

Today he shares about his new album (Worship & Justice) & what it looks like for us to be bridges in the pursuit of equality.

In today’s conversation William gives practical tools for what it looks like to love brother and neighbor.

We know you’ll walk away from this conversation challenged to put love into action.

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