001 - The Compassionate King

The Offending Christ - Matthew 15:1-20

August 6, 2017 • David Tarkington

THE AUDIO QUALITY ON THIS RECORDING IS NOT GOOD. WE APOLOGIZE FOR THE SKIPS THROUGHOUT. Continuing through the Gospel of Matthew, Pastor David Tarkington speaks today from Matthew 15 and the focus on when worldviews collide and Christians focus on the minor things while ignoring life's real issues.

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