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Sharing the Gospel

01/26/14

Speaker: Randy Newman

Series: The Gospel Changes Everything

Category: The Gospel (Salvation)

Summary: This final message in the series titled "The Gospel Changes Everything" is about sharing the Gospel. Author Randy Newman shares some motivating stories based upon interviews of college students who have become Christians within the last two years. It is the powerful message that while we are engaged in sharing the Gospel, God has already been working in people’s lives, preparing them to meet Christ.

Living the Gospel

01/19/14

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: The Gospel Changes Everything

Category: The Gospel (Salvation)

Summary: Understanding the Gospel and believing the Gospel have a profound affect in how we live the Gospel. The Apostle Paul wrote to the Galatians and reminded them, "It was for freedom that Christ set us free." Living the Gospel means living free from guilt, living free from performance, and living free from enslavement. In turn, we are free to enjoy, free to serve, and free to live!

Believing the Gospel

01/12/14

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: The Gospel Changes Everything

Category: The Gospel (Salvation)

Summary: The Gospel requires a response. The necessary response after understanding the Gospel is repentance and faith. This message explores what these two mean. God wants to forgive us; he offers his life to us, but we must accept this gift he offers by trusting in him.

Understanding The Gospel

01/05/14

Speaker: Mark Petersburg

Series: The Gospel Changes Everything

Category: The Gospel (Salvation)

Summary: The Gospel. What does that mean? What is the Gospel? The Scriptures teach us that the Gospel is centered on four main truths. The first has to do with God and our accountability to him. The second is the dilemma that all mankind finds itself in because of sin. The third truth focuses upon the sacrifice of Jesus in our place. The fourth (in the next message on January 12) explains the response that is necessary to the first three.