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Bible Thump 130 | Mental Health & the Ten Commandments (w/ Mark Lutz)

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Mark Lutz (of Lux Digital Church) brings a devotional out of Exodus that focuses on our need to care for our Mental Health.





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Mark Lutz
Sr. Pastor + Founder of Lux Digital Church
Pastor Mark is the lead pastor at Lux Digital Church. He has served in various ministry roles over the past fifteen years, most recently at New Life Christian Ministries as the Discipleship Pastor. He lives in a small town in western PA with his beautiful wife Jenn and his two daughters Brooklyn and Aria.

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