The good news of the gospel is worthy of being spread to the ends of the earth. When we understand the gospel and truly believe it for ourselves, there should be a desire within us to spread the word and see others come to saving faith. However, it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start in sharing the gospel or how to find the balance of sharing truth and loving unconditionally.
Our first mission at the Good News Project is to present the gospel to those who do not yet believe. We believe that the gospel is presented to the world through both words and deed. We must share the good news by telling others and showing others who Christ is and what he has done for us. It is also important to note that it is not up to our words or actions to convince people to believe and bring them to saving faith, but it is God who works through believers to soften and regenerate hearts.
The Good News Project also knows that our culture influences our perspective on Christianity more than we realize, and the Good News project strives to help Christians gain a biblical perspective on everyday issues that arise in their lives and relationships. We want to help Christians think through what the Bible says about tough issues and how to respond to them. It can be difficult to sort through our presuppositions, emotions, and the noise of the world, but it is important to see through world through a truly biblical perspective and respond to the world in a biblical, Christ-like manner.
What we believe should heavily influence our decisions and actions. In our culture, it can be easy to think that being a Christian means going to church every Sunday and serving here and there. But that alone not true Christianity. Rather, our every thought and action should be influenced by what we believe. What we know about God’s role in the universe, what he has done for us, and what he has called us to should inform our actions and be the basis for the decisions we make.
Not only should what we believe inform our actions, but it should also determine how we treat and view others people. This includes fellow believers and those who do not believe. God calls us to serve others and to love unconditionally. We are also called to speak the truth in love when the need arises. This is an area of Christianity that our culture has tried to redefine so it better fits their agendas. However, at the Gospel Project, we know that we cannot redefine God’s word and still be called a believer. However, we also know that many Christians handle these issues incorrectly, and we especially strive to help believers speak truth and love unconditionally through a biblical lens.
That’s the Good News Project in a nutshell. Thanks for stopping by, and we hope to have you again. Don’t forget to check out our blog for encouragement and insight for living life through a biblical perspective.