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Mark Dever on ministering to government leaders

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As Christians under the authority of Jesus and under the authority of our elected officials, how should we approach the spiritual needs of our elected leaders? Dan Darling sits down with Mark Dever, pastor of Capitol Hill Baptist Church in Washington D.C., to get some insight into how he approaches this every Sunday.

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