The Hidden Danger of Broken Relationships

The Hidden Danger of Broken Relationships

Not getting relationships right can prevent God's supernatural activity.

Note: The following video has been excerpted with permission from the Doing Church as a Team conference, arranged by New Hope Fellowship in 2010.


Dr. Wayne Cordeiro is Senior Pastor of New Hope Christian Fellowship in Honolulu, Hawaii. He has long been a leader in the field of small-groups ministry, and he has led New Hope to use small groups and fractal teams with great success.


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—Wayne Cordeiro is pastor of New Hope Fellowship in Oahu, Hawaii. Copyright 2010 by New Hope Fellowship.

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