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Repentance: The Core Message of Jesus Christ

Steve Gallagher

September 26, 2021

The American church has lost its way. Statistics about divorce, promiscuity, pornography usage, and so on reflect little difference from the unchurched. How did we get here? We have watered down the teachings of Jesus Christ to the point that they are nearly unrecognizable from what He actually taught. His core message was repentance: that people have been corrupted by sin and selfishness and must undergo a radical transformation. This flavor is unmistakable throughout all of His teachings. In this passionate message, Pastor Steve Gallagher brings to light the core of Christ's message.

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