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March 1: Matthew’s Gospel of Teaching (Matthew 5:1-12, 17-20)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
March 8: Mark’s Gospel of Action (Mark 1:1-11)
Resources: Sermon Follow-Up, Sermon Slides
March 15: Becoming a Neighbor - Luke’s Gospel of Stories (Luke 10:25-37)
Resources: Full Sunday Worship Service, Sermon Follow-Up
March 22: On What are You Depending? - John’s Gospel of Signs (John 6:1-15)
Resources: Full Sunday Worship Service, Sermon Follow-Up
March 29: The Bread of Life (John 6:22-71)
Resources: Full Sunday Worship Service, Sermon Follow-Up
April 5, Palm Sunday: The Triumphal Entry (John 12:9-26)
April 9, Maundy Thursday: Maundy Thursday Service (John 13:1-15; Luke 22:14-23)
April 10, Good Friday: Good Friday Service (John 18:1-14)
April 12, Easter: Back to the Garden (John 19:41-20:18)

About This Message Series

The Gospels report the good news that God has come to rescue His people in Jesus Christ. Our English word “gospel” is derived from the Greek word for “an announcement of good news” that was often a royal proclamation about a ruler’s sovereignty over a kingdom. The Gospels announce that Jesus is the world’s True King. They describe what life in His kingdom looks like. They call people to follow Jesus the King through a process called discipleship. They make it clear that discipleship is not a personal matter alone but that all disciples participate in the mission of the King. Disciples do not merely read the Gospels, they become announcers of the gospel themselves by reflecting life in the kingdom in all they do and inviting others to trust Jesus’ Lordship in their lives. The Gospels culminate with Jesus’ death and resurrection. The King takes on all the forces of darkness and chaos that have wrecked humanity since the third chapter of Genesis. The King offers His life on behalf of His people. He defeats evil, sin, and their ultimate consequence, death, through His resurrection so that all who place their lives under His Lordship through faith may live a new life in Him.

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