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Confession

Repentance doesn’t stop at the prayer of salvation, it is a continual honing and shaping of our character, bringing to light those things that keep us from experiencing the fullness of our relationship with God. We also practice repentance toward God and others, and sharing our weaknesses and failures in order to receive forgiveness, mercy, restoration, and healing.

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