The Gospel is a unifying force. It brings different people together and unites them. We may all come from different walks of life, but we are united in our common need, our common deliverance, and the common glory that Jesus has accomplished for us.
And yet Jesus’s disciples have often been tempted to think that the Gospel is only for people that think, talk, and act like them. This was true in Jesus’s day just as it is true in ours.
But the Gospel is for everyone. When Jesus commissioned his disciples to go out into all the world, he imagined that his followers would reach and impact every nation and every culture. His followers were meant to be recklessly international and reach all people, regardless of class, age, gender, sex, and race.
The world has changed since Jesus first commissioned his disciples. Many nations have come and gone, countless cultures have changed and morphed. But the human need for salvation remains unchanged.
Jesus, just as he boldly proclaimed while on earth, still intends to reign as Lord over the whole earth, from Jerusalem to the very ends of the earth.
Are you eager to join in God’s mission to make disciples of entire nations? Do you need to be reminded of Jesus’s global vision? Listen to Dan Crane as he exhorts us from the Book of Acts to join in God’s mission to seek and to save the lost.
Contemporary Services (8:30, 10 & 11:30 WC)
This Is Amazing Grace
This I Believe
Lord I Need You
Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
Classic Services (8:30, 10 Commons)
Holy Holy Holy
This Is My Father's World
I See Heaven
Teach Me Thy Way O Lord
Fairest Lord Jesus
5:00 Commons Service
10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord)
I See Heaven
No Longer Slaves
Great Are You Lord