NYWC 2012 San Diego- Why Are We So Busy? (Video)

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In this video from San Diego NYWC Big Room 4 in 2012, Doug shares about how being busy in life and ministry impacts our effectiveness. Video is in MP4 format. Once purchased, it will show in your YS Store account. Log in, click on “My Account” and then “View my downloads.”

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