Category Archives: Gospel
Sometimes people will ask, What’s all this talk about being “gospel-centered?” Why do I need to make sure my teaching is gospel-centered? In this video, I give three reasons.
Daniel Montgomery and Mike Cosper speak of the gospel in three aspects: kingdom, cross, and grace.
By the word ‘gospel,’ we are talking about a factual statement.
John Stott points to five important elements in the New Testament definition of “the gospel.”
A helpful guide to keeping Christ as the focus of our teaching ministry.
A definition of the gospel from Jonathan Pennington.
A definition of “the gospel” from the book, Creature of the Word: The Jesus Centered Church.
After collecting dozens of “gospel definitions” from blogs and books, I’m tackling the question myself – “What is the gospel?”
As thousands of churches prepare for the launch of The Gospel Project, we’ve been receiving various pictures from different congregations – all doing creative things with the reality that we are God’s gospel project.
Evangelicals love to speak in theological shorthand. We employ phrases and terms that become popular, become a badge of identification, and over time get emptied of their meaning.