I Am Living: Clay Gill

This video series was birthed through a combination of divine influence and human accident. Our heart is simply to capture stories of how God is moving in the lives of
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our friends. We plan to continue featuring these for as long as we are able. Thank you for the incredibly positive response. We pray God stirs you closer towards His heart through these.

Clay Gill's story is very personal to the Come&Live! team because of how God allowed him to open up to us in one of our Fast Friday prayer meetings. It is beyond encouraging to watch as Clay continues to walk out healing. To learn more about our prayer effort, visit comeandlive.com and click the Fast Friday tab. Thank you, Clay, for your openness and vulnerability to share your story, youareliving.

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