Learn the Gospel

 

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How do we communicate the Gospel in an increasingly pluralistic world where our claims of truth find a very different reception from even a generation ago? Can we be truly effective in our present-day context if we lack a biblical understanding of the Gospel message? At Lifepoint Church, we want to equip you to be the church in our community and be biblically literate. We also want to equip people to better understand what and why you believe the Bible and the mission God has tasked his followers with.

I want to introduce to you the Center for Leadership Development (CLD) offered at LifePoint Church.  The CLD is an extension of Western Seminary and is designed to give high-quality, affordable and theologically-sound resources to help train current and future ministry leaders. The CLD is designed to help you understand better what you believe, how to communicate a clear Gospel message to a challenging world, and how to maintain a personal walk with Christ that supports and empowers your witness. To incentivize those who want to take full advantage, there is a one-time fee of $40 for the entire CLD track. If you choose to take all the classes, it is still the same price. A certificate is given upon completion.

On Sunday, February 7th, we are offering a 7 week class on the topic, “What is the Gospel?” which is part of the CLD track. This class will cover What is the Gospel and what does the Gospel mean for us today? We will discuss these questions and other questions that will strengthen and bring focus to your Christian walk. Space is limited, so sign up now. Classes are offered at three different times: 9:30am, 11am, or 12:30pm. Click here to sign up.

 

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About Vanessa Lyon

I love Jesus. I love people. I love the beach and summertime.
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One Response to Learn the Gospel

  1. Guinivere says:

    Becoming an instrument of His glory and grace
    Guinivere

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