ST HELEN'S TRAINING: William Taylor, Who am I gospeling (Part 3 of 5)

Posted by Peter on October 19, 2015
Categories: St Helen's Training, Sunday Afternoon, Sunday Evening, Sunday Morning, 4PM RML

William Taylor continues his series in St Helen's Training, What is the Gospel?

How does the Gospel gospel? In the gospel announcement itself is the power for somebody to be saved. The Gospel does the work of gospeling through merely being announced. Who does what as the Gospel is being announced? John 3 explains that by water and the Spirit the gospel brings people to new birth.

Who am I gospeling? Why do you think God has put you in your workplace? Neighbours, leisure, work, church and family contacts all form the mission field that God has given to you as an individual. William helps us see whom we can share the news that Jesus Christ is Lord with.

Watch the next part.

As you think about whom you are gospeling, you might also be interested in our Sermon Bite that looks at the meaning of the word 'gospel' itself.

St Helen's Training aims to train and equip bible handlers by sharing our best training resources. We pray that many people might grow in confidence in their bible handling, whether they are reading the bible with a friend, leading a small group or preaching.

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