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And the glorious message of Easter is that the man who is our savior and is the man whom we have rejected. Our only hope is in the one we have overwhelmingly despised. The cornerstone the one who holds the building together is the stone the builders have rejected.

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Jesus calls himself the stone the builders rejected. Isaiah 53:3. He was despised an rejected by men.” Matthew 21:42. Jesus said to them, ‘Have you never read in the Scriptures: The stone that the builders rejected has become the cornerstone.”

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If we are to look at Jesus as our example, how does this affect our conversations? Jesus had a specific calling that only He could accomplish. But on a smaller level, we have the same goal.

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How can we know Jesus rose again? It’s the week before Christmas, and people may be thinking What’s Christmas all about anyway? To help answer this on a very logical level is popular Christian apologist Sean McDowell. Sean helps show us how we can believe in the historical Jesus – that He really lived, died,…

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Genuine Righteousness:  Mathew 5:17-20 In this 5-week series, Dr. Neufeld walks us through the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7, revealing the heart of what it means to be a true follower of Christ.

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The Greatest Sermon Ever Preached: Matthew 5-7 In this 5-week series, Dr. Neufeld walks us through the Sermon on the Mount in Matthew 5-7, revealing the heart of what it means to be a true follower of Christ.

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Journey to the Cross – Week 2: Matthew 26:47-27:26, Mark 14:43-15:15, Luke 22:47-23:25, John 18:2-19:16 In this two-week series, using the material provided in all four gospels, we will examine the Passion Week of Jesus, beginning with Saturday before Palm Sunday, and then trace the events of each successive day, until we arrive at the…

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Journey to the Cross – Week 2: Matthew 26:20-46, Mark 14:17-42, Luke 22:39-46, John 13-17 In this two-week series, using the material provided in all four gospels, we will examine the Passion Week of Jesus, beginning with Saturday before Palm Sunday, and then trace the events of each successive day, until we arrive at the…

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