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Bible Thump 92 | What To Do with Anxiety (Part 3)

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Part 3 of a 3-part devotional focusing on anxiety, as a part of Drew Dixon’s final look at 1 Peter.

Drew Dixon’s new book – Know Thy Gamer: A Parent’s Guide to Video Games – is on Amazon now!





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Drew Dixon
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Executive Editor at Penguin Random House. Author of Know Thy Gamer: A Parent's Guide to Video Games and founder of Love Thy Nerd.

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