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G.O.S.P.E.L. from Humble Beast Records on Vimeo.Presented by our good friends at can purchase/download at Download Propaganda’s New Album“Art Ambidextrous” for FREE at see also

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A believer in Substitutionary [Actual] Atonement Shares the Gospel

With all the pejorative misinformation and straw-man presentations of different Evangelistic Theologies.  The following post from Desiring God is a helpful in understanding the Biblical basis and importance of Substitutionary Atonement or Actual Atonement when proclaiming the Gospel. From Desiring God blog: Here’s a conversation between an unbeliever and an evangelist who believes in the doctrine of [Substitutionaary or Actual Atonement] definite atonement (sometimes unhelpfully called “limited atonement”)—the biblical teaching that when Jesus died, God’s unalterable purpose was to cancel the sins and commute the death sentence of all whom he would give to the Son (John 6:39). Unbeliever: So what are you offering

Read More » – “Getting Our Story Straight” — Opening Convocation Address – “Getting Our Story Straight” — Opening Convocation Address Listen to this great address on getting our Gospel right and not filling our gospel with human effort or a wrong understanding of God and man.  Our Gospel must include a right understanding of God, a right understanding of our human condition, a right understanding of  Jesus Christ and his work, and a right understanding of the necessity of our response. see also

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DNA of Gospel Movements / Missional Communities Alan Hirsch – DNA of Gospel Movements Q&A [Verge 2010 Breakout Session] from Verge Network on Vimeo. Jeff & Caesar – Missional Community Or Small Group? from Verge Network on Vimeo. Organic systems Alan Hirsch: Organic Systems [VERGE video] from Verge Network on Vimeo. see also

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Your Gospel is Too Small

Here is a great quote from over at “The Gospel Driven Church” about the fullness of the Gospel and the way we tend to truncate it. Your Gospel is Too Small: “ A gospel which is only about the moment of conversion but does not extend to every moment of life in Christ is too small. A gospel that gets your sins forgiven but offers no power for transformation is too small. A gospel that isolates one of the benefits of union with Christ and ignores all the others is too small. A gospel that must be measured by your

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The Theology-Driven Life

The Theology-Driven Life: “ The following is an article by Michael Adams over at Journey in Grace.  I think that I to can relate to what he is saying.  I love truth and love to study the Bible.  But when we stop in the process at either exegesis or theology we have short-circuited God’s intended pattern for Biblical revelation.  I know that I can  not thwart God’s plan, but God uses our errors at times to convict us of our need for change – and one change is that I too want to be Gospel centered and Gospel driven.  I think part of it is

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Does your church celebrate the gospel, or its own uniqueness in this world?

The following is a GREAT post from theo-enthumology blog about how we (as Christia pastors and churches), with all our good differences, denominations, and distinctions)  need to make the Gospel there very center of our ministry and worship: Does your church celebrate the gospel, or its own uniqueness in this world?: “ Trevin Wax, author of , and blogger at Kingdom People, has written a very thought provoking blog post at thegospelcoalition called . Wax opens his blog post with the following paragraph: “What your congregation celebrates corporately is just as important as what your church affirms doctrinally. Celebrate the

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Plan of Evangelism by Glenn Leatherman

The fuel and goal of all evangelism is true heartfelt worship that celebrates and enjoys God. The Evangelism that flows from God-centered worship are the bookends (so to speak) of Disciplemaking that obeys the Great Commission (Matt. 28:18-20). I believe in evangelism and missions because I believe its necessity is taught in the Bible. People have broken God’s law and are in need a savior to save them from the wrath of God. The Bible declares that “there is one God, and [only] one mediator also between God and men, the man Jesus Christ.” (1 Timothy 2:5). This is why we must

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Glenn Leatherman

I am first of all a disciple and follower of Jesus Christ. I affirm Evangelical Christian beliefs as well as  Gospel driven in philosophy of ministry. I am married to Ann and am raising 2 wonderful boys – Jonathan and Andrew. My purpose is to build disciplemaking disciples that are becoming fishers of men in fully displaying of God’s Glory in all things. Learn more

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