For three years, Jesus the Messiah traveled throughout Judea to teach people about God’s kingdom. But when He turned toward Jerusalem, He went with one goal in mind: to save people from sin. The Gospel Project Volume 9: Jesus the Savior helps us understand the moment that makes the gospel good news as the whole church explores the days leading up to Jesus’ arrest, His crucifixion, His resurrection—and what happened after.
Join us as we continue our study of the New Testament and see how in Jesus, hope gets personal.
It is God’s plan to rescue His people from sin through the life, death, and resurrection of His Son, Jesus Christ. And it changes everything. Moral stories become a master plan. A church becomes a culture of grace. Good deeds become a holy mission.
The Gospel Project exists to point kids, students, and adults to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Through weekly group Bible studies and additional resources, all ages discover how God’s plan of redemption unfolds throughout Scripture and still today, compelling them to join the mission of God.
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J. D. Greear
The Gospel Project provides theological yet practical, age-appropriate Bible studies that immerses your entire church in the story of the gospel, helping to develop a gospel culture that leads to gospel mission:
Gospel Story: Immersing people of all ages in the storyline of Scripture: God’s plan to rescue and redeem His creation through His Son, Jesus Christ.
Gospel Culture: Inspiring communities where the gospel saturates our experience, and doubters become believers who become declarers of the gospel.
Gospel Mission: Empowering believers to live on mission, declaring the good news of the gospel in word and deed.
Gospel Foundations is a one-year overview of the gospel storyline of Scripture. Designed for groups that meet around 40 times a year, each video-enhanced session helps engage participants in discussion and provides a clear understanding of how each text fits into the larger storyline of Scripture.