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Forgiveness As Culture

Matthew 18

October 4, 2020 • Pastor David Porter

The closer we grow in relationships and community as a church the more prone we are to have conflict and offenses that can ultimately tear us apart because we feel so deeply. This message is a call to all believers in every church to remember how Jesus paid our debts so we can love each other as Christ loved us. This is a great challenge.

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Matthew 18:21-35; Luke 6:36 • September 20, 2020 • Pastor Jack Schull

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