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The Danger Of Who We Are Alone

Todd Wagner finishes up the DTS Spiritual Life week by imploring us to remember that it is almost impossible to live truly authentic Christian lives without a community around us to support, encourage, and challenge us towards greater faithfulness in Christ.

Spiritual Life Conference (Spring 2008)
  1. Be The Church God Wants You To Be
  2. The Greatest Evil in America Today
  3. Living With A Carolina State Of Mind
  4. The Danger Of Who We Are Alone
Todd Wagner
Todd Wagner and a small group of friends established Watermark Community Church in Dallas, Texas in November 1999. Watermark was born out of a desire to connect people with the richness, adventure, and fullness of life that comes through Christ alone and to reach the unchurched, de-churched, deadchurched, and unmoved. Todd serves as Senior Pastor and Elder at Watermark, which has become one of the largest and fastest-growing churches in the United States. Todd’s first published book, Come and See: Everything You Ever Wanted in the One Place You Would Never Look, was released in October 2017. Todd and his wife, Alex, alongside their six children and grandchild, love to live, laugh, and serve together in Dallas, Texas.
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