Posted by Wisdom Moon on 11 April 2018

Do you know how to lead worship effectively for someone who has recently experienced a tragic loss? This week we are joined by Wisdom's boxing trainer, Anna McClellan, as she shares with so much vulnerability and honesty about her recent loss and how she is learning to worship through it and walk in obedience and faith. 

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