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  • Darryl Burton gives sermon at United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood

    Darryl Burton told the congregation that he was very angry and very upset for many years. But by following Jesus’ teachings, he learned how to forgive and love people he believed hated him, as well as people he hated.

Darryl Burton gives sermon at United Methodist Church of the Resurrection in Leawood

Darryl Burton told the congregation that he was very angry and very upset for many years. But by following Jesus’ teachings, he learned how to forgive and love people he believed hated him, as well as people he hated.
Shane Keyser The Kansas City Star