GOSPEL TO GILLETTE: NEWS AND UPDATES


NEWS: Evangelism Conference Featuring Mark Spence (Living Waters) April 24-25, 2015

Ray ComfortOn Friday, April 24th, and Saturday, April 25th, 'Gospel To Gillette' will be hosting an evangelism conference / seminar at Open Door Church, featuring Mark Spence of Living Waters Publications as our special guest speaker. Mark is the Dean of Students for the Living Waters Publications online School of Biblical Evangelism.

Mark is a dynamic communicator, and will talk about the importance and methodology of God-glorifying evangelism. More details to come!
2014 EVENTS:
October 31, 2014
'Harvest Festival' Bible Distribution
(At The Camplex)
 
August 23, 2014
'Mission In The Park' Gospel Event









GOSPEL OVERVIEW: THE PROBLEM OF SIN


“For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” – Romans 3:23
Let's say that God created us, and that we are dependent on Him for all things. If this is true, then when we sin, we are like a tightrope walker stepping off from the source that is sustaining and upholding one's life. For us to take even a single step away from our Creator (through our sin) is to be in freefall away from Him. And this is a huge problem, because there's nothing that we can independently do to restore that relationship.
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WHY THIS PROBLEM IS DEADLY TO US


“The wages of sin is death.” - Romans 6:23

God is good, and He is just. And if He really IS these things, then He must deal with that which isn't. Remember, the fact that God judges sin is a good thing; it means that He hates wickedness. However, our problem is that we cannot survive the justice that our sins require. (Click Here To Read More)

HOW GOD HAS ADDRESSED OUR PROBLEM


“God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”
- Romans 5:8

Not only is God good and just, but He is also loving. While we stood condemned, the Son of God offered Himself as a sacrifice; He took our punishment so that we might live. And so our problem (the justice that our sins require) was addressed through the substitution of Christ in our place. (Click Here To Read More)

WHAT HIS WORK MEANS FOR US


“That if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart
that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved."
- Romans 10:9

When we stand before God, it is because of Christ’s work (and not ours) that we have hope. The Gospel is the Good News of His sacrifice on our behalf. And so, to say that we are saved “by faith” means faith in who Christ is, and what He has done on the cross. Believe, and you will be saved! (Click Here To Read More)
 

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