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Why God Sent His Son, Part A

Why God Sent His Son, Part A

During this season, we’re surrounded by reminders of the manger story. But for many people, the celebration of the birth of a baby boy in the ancient town of Bethlehem seems totally disconnected with the rest of life. Alistair Begg take a a step back to get the whole picture of the Christmas story and discover “Why God Sent His Son.” More 

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Navigating the Nativity

For many people, the story of Christmas often stops when we gaze sentimentally at the cradle of baby Jesus in the Nativity scene. But if you take a moment to really consider the scene, you might be surprised at the questions that arise: Who is baby Jesus? Why was He born in a manger in Bethlehem? Where did He come from? Who sent Him? What mission did He come to accomplish? In this two-part series, Alistair Begg examines the answers to these questions and more that are raised by Christ’s incarnation. As we navigate the Nativity, we will have a better understanding of Jesus and the entire story of the Bible.

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One Faith (Part 2 of 2)

On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg continues our study in the book of Ephesians where he examines the evidences of saving faith. As we reflect on the present, and look to the future, be listening to hear the evidence of a continued and assured union in Jesus. More 


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