If there’s one subject more people in the churches we lead need to understand, it’s the gospel. Because here’s the thing: many Christians talk about “the gospel,” but do they know what it means? Just as important, do they know how it applies to today?

This three-week series entitled The Gospel theologically and practically defines the gospel so that listeners, whether new or well-established in their faith in Christ, not only know the depth of the Christian message but are inspired to share it. The series will examine the beauty of forgiveness, the ministry of reconciliation, and the extravagant kingdom generosity found in Jesus.

This series is for everyone because we all need to hear the gospel and/or be reminded of the gospel daily.

Can you imagine more people understanding and responding to the gospel in your community? When people understand and respond to the gospel, a movement is fanned into flame. People who thought they had no purpose and direction in life suddenly have a burning passion for seeing people know Jesus and respond to Him in surrender.

God wants to save lost people and He wants to call them to His mission. Let’s help people understand that and respond accordingly.

The Gospel sermon series bundle features promotional and presentation graphics to aid in marketing and communication. It features a full sermon series guide that includes teaching points, illustration ideas, and Scripture references so you can make each message your own, but begin with some research in hand. It features small group questions to help your congregation apply the messages to everyday life in more specific ways. It also features Photoshop layers to allow for the customization of the graphics. All this when you grab The Gospel sermon series bundle.

Get The Gospel sermon series bundle today.

Brandon Kelley is a pastor at The Crossing on the east side of Cincinnati. He is the managing editor of Ministry Pass, co-founder of RookiePreacher.com, and the author of Preaching Sticky Sermons. You can connect with him on Twitter @BrandonKelley_.