Alexis Salvatierra - RefuJesus - S01E02

Episode 2 July 06, 2018 00:56:32
Alexis Salvatierra - RefuJesus - S01E02
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In this episode, Rev. Alexia Salvatierra, sheds light on the Immigration Crisis, and how we can respond.

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