Sunday, October 2: Broken and Free, Romans 5:12-20
By Pastor Bill Flavin Scripture: Joshua 2

This week we will continue the message series called “What is the Gospel.” As a church, our ability not only to answer that question but know what it means, and how that effects our lives is central. Today we are turn to the second half of Romans 5 and hear about the state of people, and how that shapes the arch of the gospel story.

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