Good News, with Pastor Glenda Simpkins Hoffman

The sermon for today challenges us to consider what we really believe. You can listen here). In summary, Philip was a person who truly believed the good news that Jesus is Lord, Scripture is our authority, and everyone is called to follow Jesus. His beliefs were translated into action in sharing the good news. Before we will share the good news, we have to believe it is good news—not only for us but for others. Our beliefs can be translated into action as we engage in sharing the good news through a simple and memorable model: prayer, care, share, dare. Here are some links to that provide simple and short gospel presentations that might be helpful.

The Bridge Illustration. https://athletesinaction.org/resources/pdf/NavTool-The-Bridge-To-Life.pdf

Would you like to know God personally?https://www.cru.org/us/en/how-to-know-god/would-you-like-to-know-god-personally.html

Five-minute video on the gospel: https://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/justin-taylor/3-2-1-the-story-of-god-the-world-and-you-a-simple-gospel-explanation/

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