“The gospel” is often said around churches, but what is it? What is “the gospel”? It’s a critical question because “the gospel” is referred to as the power of God in Romans 1:16. That would mean “the gospel” is powerful. Secondly in Colossians 1:5-6 we learn that it is “the gospel” which bears fruit in your life. That would mean “the gospel” is deeply relevant to your day-to-day life. So we are going to explore “the gospel” in a five week series.
- The Gospel of Christ, good news not good advice, Mark 1:1-15 and 1 Corinthians 15:1-8 (June 18th)
- The Gospel of adoption, our new identity, Mark 1:1-15 and Luke 15:11-31 (June 25th)
- The Gospel of the kingdom, the reversal of values, Mark 1:1-15 and Matthew 18:21-35 (July 2nd)
- The Gospel has two enemies that thieve it’s joy, Matthew 15:7-20 and Galatians 2:11-16 (July 9th)
- The Gospel has stories and themes, Genesis 3:20-24, Hebrews 4:2-11 and 2 Cor. 1:15-22 (July 30th)
You are welcome to join us as we explore the good news of the gospel.