HOW DOES THE KINGDOM GROW HERE? // Luke 13:10-21

An unfortunate technical error means that the in person version of this message failed to record. However, in a providential coincidence, we recorded this message for an online service that did not get used due to changing restrictions. The recording below is taken from that online version.

Passage: Luke 13:10-21

Speaker: John Cook

VISION SERIES 2020 // THE MISSION part 2

The final part of our 3 part vision series, Vision – The Gospel Leads Us on in Faith

Passage: Acts (quite a lot of it really)

Speaker: John Cook

Our vision is to see the good news of Jesus go out to all peoples in the country with transforming power for the glory of God and the joy of all who will come to believe. Locally, we seek to achieve that by making/being disciples of Jesus, and by multiplying communities of disciples of Jesus on mission together (we call those Gospel Communities!). But the mission doesn’t end here, by merit of being a Church we are drawn into the age-long work of seeking to plant more Churches. Specifically, we seek to plant Gospel Churches in country areas.

VISION SERIES 2020 // THE MISSION part 1

Part 2 of our 3 part vision series, Vision – The Gospel Leads Us on in Faith

Passage: various passages

Speaker: John Cook

Our vision is to see the good news of Jesus go out to all peoples in the country with transforming power for the glory of God and the joy of all who will come to believe. But how does that work out in our local area and through this local Church? By the multiplying of disciples of Jesus, by the multiplying of Gospel Communities where disciples grow in authentic community on the mission, and by planting more Gospel Churches.

VISION SERIES 2020 // GOD’S VISION

Part 1 of our 3 part vision series, Vision – The Gospel Leads Us on in Faith

Passage: Genesis 1:26-28; 2 Corinthians 3:18-4:6; various other passages

Speaker: John Cook

We are the people of the God who has a unified vision which he has worked toward throughout all of history: the vision that his glory would be displayed, known and enjoyed throughout creation. As Gospel Church unveils our new vision statement, there is perhaps no more critical question than this: is our vision formed by the vision of God? Is our mission informed by His mission, lived out in our context?