On Monday (May 11th, 2015) The Gospel Project hosted a free online event titled Gospel. Life. Ministry. You can watch the videos from the event for one more week here.

I collected around 300 quotes from the speakers and have included their twitter handle. Enjoy!

DERWIN GRAY – The Gospel and Religion

  • Good advice is what humans need to do to fix their lives, but good news is an announcement of what Jesus has done to rescue us. @DerwinLGray
  • The church is to represent the future in the present world as His resurrection life is in us. @DerwinLGray
  • The gospel is about what Christ has done for us, what He is doing in us, and what He wants to do through us. @DerwinLGray
  • Performanced-based religion always ends in either pride or despair because it’s all about you. @DerwinLGray
  • Every act of Christ’s obedience was a declaration of love for us. He did what we could not do. @DerwinLGray
  • Jesus is not a life coach. Jesus is life. @DerwinLGray
  • Jesus isn’t a blessing ATM. Jesus is God. Jesus is King. @DerwinLGray
  • The more we dwell on the good news of the gospel, the more we are conformed to Christ’s image. @DerwinLGray
  • There are a lot of people who love the Bible but don’t know the God of the Bible. @DerwinLGray

PAUL TRIPP – The Gospel and the Heart

  • My deepest problems exist inside of me, not outside of me. @PaulTripp
  • If you are able to convince yourself that your biggest problems are outside of you and not inside of you, you are no longer interested in God’s grace. @PaulTripp
  • The gospel rescues me from me. @PaulTripp
  • There is a spiritual connection between what’s in our hearts to what comes out in our behavior. @PaulTripp
  • What we value most will control our hearts. What controls our hearts controls our behavior. @PaulTripp
  • If I watched the last six weeks of your life, what would I say that you truly value? @PaulTripp
  • We need to be rescued from ourselves. The mess inside of us is connected to the mess outside of us. @PaulTripp
  • We cannot ask the law to do in peoples lives what only grace can do. @PaulTripp
  • If the law were able to deliver us from sin, Jesus wouldn’t have needed to come. @PaulTripp
  • We don’t believe in a system of redemption. We believe in a Redeemer. His name is Jesus. @PaulTripp

TREVIN WAX – The Gospel and Repentance

  • Repentance is central to the Christian life. @TrevinWax
  • As Christians, we must believe that all of life is repentance. @TrevinWax
  • Repentance and faith must be together for genuine Christianity. @TrevinWax
  • We must have repentant faith and faithful repentance. @TrevinWax
  • There is no Christian life apart from repentance. @TrevinWax
  • Repentance is controversial because it presupposes that there is something wrong with us. @TrevinWax
  • The world’s way of dealing with sin is redefinition. God’s way of dealing with sin is redemption. @TrevinWax
  • When we downplay repentance in the church, we create religious people who are on the way to hell. @TrevinWax
  • The beauty of repentance is that it gives us an authenticity about who we are and who we are before God. @TrevinWax
  • The closer you get to Jesus, the more you realize how much you need to repent. @TrevinWax
  • You don’t repent less as you grow in holiness, you repent more! @TrevinWax
  • The victorious Christian life isn’t the sinless life; it’s the repentant life. @TrevinWax
  • We cannot call people to repentance when we are not repenting ourselves. @TrevinWax

JD GREEAR – The Gospel and Family Discipleship

  • Good parenting techniques are awesome, but God is the only One who can shape and change our kids’ hearts. @JDGreear
  • When we externally conform our kids’ hearts to the laws of God without heart change, they’ll either break spiritually or become hypocrites. @JDGreear
  • We must depend on God’s Spirit to conform our kids to the gospel. @JDGreear
  • The gospel changes the affections of the heart. @JDGreear
  • By learning of God’s deep love for us, a deep love for God is produced in us. @JDGreear
  • Children are given to us to shape for the mission of God. @JDGreear
  • We need to release our children to serve on mission with God—either across the street or across the world. @JDGreear
  • We are to shape our children as arrows, pull them back on the bowstring of faith, and launch them into the world for the kingdom of God. @JDGreear
  • There are two gardens that God grows a child in: the home and the church. @JDGreear
  • When you grasp the gospel in parenting, you can rest and say, God…I’ve done what You asked me to do, I now leave it to You. @JDGreear
  • When it comes to parenting, we need to trust in God’s mercy and not our ability. @JDGreear

GLORIA FURMAN – The Gospel and Motherhood

  • The gospel transforms motherhood as we are transformed by God’s Word. @gloriafurman
  • Motherhood was God’s idea to glorify Himself. @gloriafurman
  • If motherhood is about us, it ends with us. If motherhood is about God, it ends in worship. @gloriafurman
  • Motherhood is an act of worship because we are utterly dependant on God. @gloriafurman
  • Our source of hope as mothers is found in the promises of Christ. @gloriafurman
  • As mothers, we need to treasure Christ when our hands are full. @gloriafurman
  • Our hope as mothers is not found in development milestones but in a person—Jesus. @gloriafurman
  • Our children are precious gifts made in the image of God. @gloriafurman

ERIC MASON – The Gospel and Fatherhood

  • Fatherlessness is in jeopardy throughout our culture. The church needs to engage this issue. @pastoremase
  • We need men who reflect God’s design for fatherhood. @pastoremase
  • Men, Jesus came to restore us to a new humanity, or a “newmanity.” @pastoremase
  • When God redeems a man, the gospel permeates every area of his life—especially fatherhood. @pastoremase
  • As men, we need to grow in our understanding of what it means to grow as a gospel-centered father. @pastoremase
  • Every area of our lives needs to be permeated by God’s Word. @pastoremase
  • Fathers, love in response to the sacrificial love of Christ for you. @pastoremase
  • The church is the place where manhood is clear. @pastoremase
  • We need to intentionally focus on biblical manhood in our culture. @pastoremase
  • The gospel permeates and transforms manhood and fatherhood. @pastoremase

BEN TRUEBLOOD – The Gospel and Student Ministry

  • Student pastors, you are called to be the watchman over the students God has entrusted to you. @bentrueblood
  • We are charged to sound the alarm of God’s salvation as the watchmen over our students! @bentrueblood
  • Jesus is pointed to from cover to cover. He is throughout the Bible. @bentrueblood
  • We need to consistently call our students to respond to the gospel. @bentrueblood
  • Our role is to blast the trumpet of the gospel to students at every opportunity. @bentrueblood
  • The gospel is not just for our salvation moment but for our entire life. @bentrueblood
  • We can’t pay Jesus back for the free message of grace. @bentrueblood
  • The gospel is not about us trying; its about us dying. @bentrueblood
  • We live life in light of who God has declared us to be in Jesus. @bentrueblood
  • If we just focus on behavior, we give our students a yoke of burden that will crush them. @bentrueblood
  • Students can’t will themselves to live for Jesus. @bentrueblood
  • We need to point students to Jesus, not to a list of do’s and don’ts. @bentrueblood

JANA MAGRUDER – The Gospel and Kids Ministry

  • If the gospel is not at the center of your kids ministry, you could be missing the whole point. @jana_magruder
  • The gospel is not an attachment to the end of a lesson. The gospel is central to every lesson. @jana_magruder
  • Teaching partial biblical truth is dangerous. @jana_magruder
  • Kids can understand biblical truth when we teach them the whole story. @jana_magruder
  • We need to teach kids that the Bible is a story about God, not a story about us. @jana_magruder
  • The story of the Bible is not about what kids should or should not do; it is a story about what God has done and is doing. @jana_magruder
  • The Bible is about God and His plan to redeem us. @jana_magruder
  • We must teach kids the whole story of redemption from beginning to end. @jana_magruder
  • Trust God to give kids the faith to understand the Bible. @jana_magruder
  • Teach the Bible to kids well, but trust in God to transform their little hearts. @jana_magruder

ERIC GEIGER – The Gospel and Groups

  • The gospel should have massive impact on our group ministry. @ericgeiger
  • The good news of Jesus must be applied to our groups. @ericgeiger
  • If there is not a deep connection between the gospel and groups, our people will form community on something other than the gospel. @ericgeiger
  • Community is only as strong as the foundation it is built upon. @ericgeiger
  • We need our groups built around something eternal, namely, Jesus Christ. @ericgeiger
  • People mature when the truth of the gospel is applied to their hearts, while they are in a receptive posture, from leaders they love and trust. @ericgeiger
  • The Bible calls us to gather regularly, to encourage one another regularly. @ericgeiger
  • Those who are in a small group confess sin, give, and share the gospel more regularly than others. @ericgeiger
  • Feed your people the truth. The content of our groups needs to point to Jesus. @ericgeiger
  • We will not see transformation happen when our groups are shallow. @ericgeiger
  • When people are in community, the posture of their heart is more receptive to the gospel. @ericgeiger
  • We need to launch groups to connect the unconnected. @ericgeiger
  • Leaders, develop other leaders. There is no such thing as an omni-competent leader. @ericgeiger
  • Groups can make a significant impact as the gospel is applied to people’s hearts while they are in community. @ericgeiger

RAY ORTLUND – The Gospel and Revival

  • The gospel is God’s power generator in this world to create a new community. @rayortlund
  • Only God can bring us back into God’s good graces through the work of Christ on the cross. @rayortlund
  • Only God can impart new life to spiritually dead people through the agency of the Holy Spirit. @rayortlund
  • The gospel is all about what God alone can do in power to make people new. @rayortlund
  • The primary impediment to biblical revival is our pride, self-assurance, and the thought that “we can build the church!” @rayortlund
  • We cannot do the Lord’s work in the power of the flesh. It must be done in the power of the Spirit. @rayortlund
  • We need to fail so badly, so painfully, so frequently that we depend on God alone. We need to hurl ourselves at Him for His grace. @rayortlund
  • We don’t cause revival. Revival is a gift from above. @rayortlund
  • We need to surprise people with how honest we are about our sin and struggles. @rayortlund

JOHN PIPER – The Gospel and the Glory of God

  • The holiness of God is His intrinsic, infinite, transcendent purity and worth. @johnpiper
  • When God goes public with His holiness, that radiance is His glory. @johnpiper
  • The glory of God is God going public with His holiness. @johnpiper
  • The glory of God is the public radiance of His infinite beauty and worth. @johnpiper
  • God does everything for His glory—for people to see and enjoy. @johnpiper
  • God does everything for His glory, not because He is an egomaniac but because He’s doing it for our joy! @johnpiper
  • God’s seeking to be glorified is virtually the same as Him seeking to satisfy me. @johnpiper
  • God is most glorified in me when I am most satisfied in Him. @johnpiper
  • I was made to enjoy the glory of God. @johnpiper
  • On the cross, God displays His glory and is glorified by purchasing our ability to enjoy His glory. @johnpiper
  • We have to slay the false promises of pleasure from sin with a greater pleasure, namely, the superior pleasure of knowing and loving God. @johnpiper

DAVID PLATT – The Gospel to the Nations

  • It is the pastor’s responsibility to fan a flame for God’s global glory in the local church. @plattdavid
  • We cannot organize revival, but we can set our sails to catch the wind from heaven when God chooses to move. @plattdavid
  • There are 6,000+ unreached people groups, and billions of people in the world who have no access to the gospel. @plattdavid
  • There are no unreached people in your office or neighborhood—because God has placed you there. @plattdavid
  • Unreached people are born, live, and die without ever hearing the good news. This must change. @plattdavid
  • Mission is the heartbeat behind all of Scripture. @plattdavid
  • Mission is in the Word, and the Word calls us to mission in the world. @plattdavid
  • As we pray for the world, God will give us His heart for the world. @plattdavid
  • How can you free up your church’s resources in order to give more to missions? @plattdavid
  • Wise short-term missions should fuel long-term disciple-making. @plattdavid
  • Is there anyone among your church right now that God is raising up to send to the nations? @plattdavid
  • With a steady diet of the Word and a steady exposure to the world, God will call people to mission. @plattdavid

TONY EVANS – The Gospel of the Kingdom and the Christian Life

  • God is glorified through the expansion of His kingdom. @drtonyevans
  • God has empowered us to be His kingdom representatives in history. @drtonyevans
  • The kingdom agenda is the comprehensive rule of God over every area of life. @drtonyevans
  • When God rules all of life, all of life becomes ordered. @drtonyevans
  • We are called to be full-time followers of Christ, not part-time visitors to His kingdom. @drtonyevans
  • Our lives are to be oriented and re-oriented to God’s kingdom. @drtonyevans
  • We are called to expand the kingdom of God to all of our lives, and throughout the world. @drtonyevans
  • The church is called to equip one another to make kingdom impact in the world. @drtonyevans
  • Many of our problems are related to seeking the culture rather than the kingdom. @drtonyevans
  • As Christians, we need to be committed to the King and His kingdom. @drtonyevans

ED STETZER – The Gospel and Missional Living

  • We are called to join Jesus on His mission to glorify God. @EdStetzer
  • The mission is rooted in God’s desire for His glory. God is a missional God. @EdStetzer
  • God is glorified by making Himself known. @EdStetzer
  • God sends the Son into this broken world to establish His kingdom. @EdStetzer
  • Jesus saves by defeating sin and death, forgiving and redeeming His people. @EdStetzer
  • Jesus came and served the broken and hurting. @EdStetzer
  • We are called to share the love of Jesus to a lost world and to show the love of Jesus to a hurting world. @EdStetzer
  • Jesus came to save and to serve. Jesus was sent and sends. @EdStetzer
  • The church is called to gospel proclamation and gospel demonstration. @EdStetzer
  • God sends His Spirit to empower the church for mission. @EdStetzer
  • God sends the Spirit to gather and scatter the church to live on mission. @EdStetzer
  • We are called to share the love of Jesus and show the love to the world. @EdStetzer
  • We are kingdom ambassadors sent into the world to declare the good news! @EdStetzer
  • The gates of hell will not hold back the advance of the gospel when the church is on mission with God. @EdStetzer
  • The church is redeemed for God’s glory; God is glorified when the church is on mission. @EdStetzer
  • The mission will be completed for God’s glory, and all things will be restored for God’s glory. @EdStetzer

RANDY ALCORN – The Gospel and Future Hope

  • Our glorification will ultimately be in resurrected bodies on the new earth. @randyalcorn
  • The new earth is our final destination, where we will be with the eternal King of kings. @randyalcorn
  • In the new earth, we will be with Jesus, we will serve Him, and we will worship Him. @randyalcorn
  • The redemptive work of Christ is far more expansive than we imagine it. @randyalcorn
  • Jesus is going to redeem and renew all things. @randyalcorn
  • The glory of God is manifested in all of creation. @randyalcorn
  • This is not the only time we will live on this earth. The new earth will be another chance to live life to the fullest. @randyalcorn
  • We will dwell in the new earth as embodied persons, enjoying the experiences of new life to the fullest. @randyalcorn
  • Jesus not only saves our souls, He will save our bodies as well as the entirety of good creation. @randyalcorn
  • We are to look for a new heaven and earth in which righteousness reigns. @randyalcorn
  • We are called to be so heavenly minded that we can be of earthly good. @randyalcorn
  • An eternal perspective is our reference point for all of our life. @randyalcorn

DA HORTON – The Gospel and Cultural Engagement

  • When it comes to cultural engagement, the Bible needs to be our final authority. @da_horton
  • We need a biblical filter that lets us know what we can leverage in culture for God’s glory and what we need to leave alone. @da_horton
  • 3 ways to engage culture: isolation, accommodation, intersection. @da_horton
  • If we isolate ourselves from culture, we are dealing with our sin in a very surface way. @da_horton
  • We cannot disciple sinners to be competent followers of Christ; we need the gospel to transform their hearts. @da_horton
  • Asking people ‘How can I pray for you?’ is a very simple way to be missional in day-to-day life. @da_horton
  • Scripture must shape our worldview, not culture. @da_horton
  • As we intersect with culture, we need to make sure we do not dive in and sink. @da_horton
  • We need to inject biblical truths into cultural situations. @da_horton
  • We can speak to a social issue, advance justice, and at the same time, point to God. @da_horton
  • We need to relate heavenly truths to the heart language of the people who are not living holy lives. @da_horton

TRILLIA NEWBELL – The Gospel and Race

  • We should have a childlike delight in the God-given diversity of humanity. @trillianewbell
  • Jesus Christ died on a cross for every tribe, tongue, and nation. @trillianewbell
  • The gospel reconciles us first to God and then to one another. @trillianewbell
  • God did not have to send His son to die in our place, but He did! @trillianewbell
  • The gospel is a race transcending gospel. It is the good news for all people. @trillianewbell
  • The church should mirror the diversity that we see in Revelation, where every tribe and tongue worships before the throne. @trillianewbell
  • How can we reflect God’s delight in diversity if we are not communicating with those who are not like us? @trillianewbell
  • We are more the same than we are different. We are one in Christ. @trillianewbell
  • The diversity of our churches displays that the gospel is race transcending. @trillianewbell

TRIP LEE – The Gospel and Life Ambition

  • God has expectations for us. God’s expectations for us are rooted in why He created us. @TripLee
  • God created us to bring praise, honor, and glory to Him! @TripLee
  • Our expectations for life should be shaped by Scripture. @TripLee
  • Scripture reorients our expectations for life. @TripLee
  • When it comes to directing your ambitions, think about your gifting, desires, and opportunity. @TripLee
  • Dream big for God’s glory, not for your glory. @TripLee
  • Our ambition can’t be about people seeing us; it needs to be about people seeing Jesus more clearly. @TripLee
  • What are you shooting for? What is your goal? Life is much more than getting through the day. @TripLee
  • Work to the glory of God. Love others for the glory of God. @TripLee
  • In the mundane routines of life, we need a bigger vision for God’s glory! @TripLee

JEN WILKIN – The Gospel and Women’s Ministry

  • Women’s ministry is vital to the mission of the church. @jenniferwilkin
  • The teaching burden of raising disciples falls to men and women. @jenniferwilkin
  • There is something that women bring to other women that is unique when it comes to discipleship. @jenniferwilkin
  • There is something unique that happens when women gather with other women for the study of God’s Word. @jenniferwilkin
  • Women’s ministry facilitates gatherings where women can just be women. @jenniferwilkin
  • Women’s gatherings allow women to build synergy and shared interest in the insights of life. @jenniferwilkin
  • Women’s ministry can help facilitate the input of women into the direction of the church. @jenniferwilkin
  • We need to leverage the gifts and insights of women so that men and women can serve side by side in the mission of the church. @jenniferwilkin
  • Women’s ministry is not about creating events that generate a certain emotion. Women are craving a deeper ministry. @jenniferwilkin
  • Women are not a nice but unnecessary addition to the church. Women are essential to the mission of the church. @jenniferwilkin
  • The Great Commission happens as women contribute in meaningful ways, which they were created for. @jenniferwilkin

DHATI LEWIS – The Gospel and Discipleship

  • Discipleship involves our capacity to lovingly embody the person and work of Jesus and transfer that to His followers. @dhati
  • Jesus was the only person ever to walk the earth who had all the gifts of the Spirit. @dhati
  • In order to see the fullness of the gifts of the Spirit, we need the entire church. @dhati
  • It takes a church to raise a Christian. @dhati
  • We proclaim Christ in order to bring people into maturity. @dhati
  • Discipleship is not a “me” responsibility; it’s a “we” responsibility. @dhati
  • My fear is that we have reduced discipleship to mentorship. We don’t need people to look like us; they need to look like Jesus. @dhati
  • As the church, we need to mobilize the entire body for discipleship. @dhati
  • Discipleship is not a ministry of your church; it is the ministry of your church. @dhati
  • We need to ask every person in our church, How are you making disciples? @dhati
  • We need to establish a culture of discipleship in the local church by unleashing an army of people intentionally making disciples. @dhati

JEFF VANDERSTELT – The Gospel and Community

  • In order to really understand the gospel, we need to be in a community where we can see the impact of the gospel. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The community that believes the gospel and lives in light of that gospel is one of the most powerful apologetics. @JeffVanderstelt
  • In the gospel we are reconciled with God and work out that reconciliation with other people. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The gospel is good news that actually changes things. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The community that believes the gospel gets to show the impact of the gospel to the world around them. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The community is the place where your need for the gospel is powerfully revealed. @JeffVanderstelt
  • Whatever God does to us, He intends to do through us. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The community not only reveals our need for the gospel, it is also through community that we express how the gospel changes us. @JeffVanderstelt
  • As Christians, we have become a new person and part of a new community. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The gospel imperative of loving others cannot happen in isolation. @JeffVanderstelt
  • The gospel indicatives (who God is, what He has done) lead to the gospel imperatives (how we love one another). @JeffVanderstelt
  • Jesus came to serve us so that we could become the servants of God. @JeffVanderstelt
  • Jesus serves us; now we serve others as an act of worship to Him. @JeffVanderstelt
  • Jesus laid down His life for us. We are to lay down our lives to serve others. @JeffVanderstelt
  • We have the same power that raised Jesus from the dead to enable us to live a new life. @JeffVanderstelt
  • My need for the Holy Spirit is most revealed when I am on mission serving others. @JeffVanderstelt
  • Being on mission leads us to the end of ourselves so that we begin to walk in the power of the Spirit. @JeffVanderstelt
  • God wants His people to live as a community on mission in all of life in such a way that they need the power of the Spirit. @JeffVanderstelt

LOUIE GIGLIO – The Gospel and Worship

  • Worship is our response, both personal and corporate, to who God is and what He has done, expressed in and by what we say and how we live. @louiegiglio
  • Worship is all of life lived for the glory of God in response to the grace of God. @louiegiglio
  • Worship happens when God’s people respond to the greatness of God! @louiegiglio
  • Worship is bigger than the songs we sing on Sunday; it’s a way of life. @louiegiglio
  • The gospel is the essential hinge to our worship. @louiegiglio
  • Where there is no gospel, there is no worship. @louiegiglio
  • Jesus came to earth not to make bad people good people but to make dead people alive. @louiegiglio
  • We were dead. But now, because of God’s grace, we are forever alive! This is where worship begins. @louiegiglio
  • Worship doesn’t start with singing. Singing starts with seeing. Until our eyes are opened to see the beauty of the gospel, there will be no song in the church. @louiegiglio
  • I don’t serve God because I should or ought but because I may serve God. It is a privilege. @louiegiglio
  • I couldn’t worship because I was dead. But now I am alive. I have God’s breath, and that allows me to worship. @louiegiglio
  • God breathes life into us, and when we exhale in worship, we say, Thank You, God! @louiegiglio
  • The gospel gets deep down inside of us and carries us upward in worship. @louiegiglio
  • If we want people to worship, we have to continue to show them the beauty of the gospel. @louiegiglio

THABITI ANYABWILE – The Gospel and Church Leadership Development

  • Leaders are a blessing, a gift to the church. We must receive them with gladness and recognize them when they exist. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • In a sense, the entire lifeline of a church depends upon faithful leadership. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • We need leaders who are saturated in the gospel! @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • We need leaders who are biblical theologians, who understand how the Bible fits together as a whole. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • Almost every heresy of our day is an error in biblical theology. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • Having leaders who know the Bible protects the church by guarding doctrine. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • A leader should be a biblical evangelist, committed to that good news for themselves and for making that good news known to others. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • A good leader is a humble follower of Jesus. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • With all the authority in heaven and earth, Jesus uses His authority for the good of sinners. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • As leaders, we live in love and live in service. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • A leader embraces good discipline. @ThabitiAnyabwil
  • A good leader submits himself to God’s Word and receives correction from others. @ThabitiAnyabwil

MATT CHANDLER – The Gospel-Centered Church

  • Most churches consider themselves to be gospel-centered; however, many churches walk in a type of moralism that is counter-gospel. @MattChandler74
  • A gospel-centered church consistently reminds their people of the gospel. @MattChandler74
  • A gospel-centered church consistently reminds their people of who they were before they heard the gospel. @MattChandler74
  • A gospel-centered church consistently celebrates the present power of the gospel for daily life. @MattChandler74
  • Are you, in your philosophy and practice, reminding people of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ? @MattChandler74
  • Is there a disjoint in your doctrinal statements and what you actually do in your church? @MattChandler74
  • What do the words of the songs you sing in worship reinforce and teach? @MattChandler74
  • Do your sermons consistently point to the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ? @MattChandler74
  • If you are not reminding people of who they were before they were saved, you will establish an us vs. them mentality. @MattChandler74
  • Are the people in your church on mission? @MattChandler74
  • Is there an us vs. them mentality in your church? @MattChandler74
  • Are the people in your church afraid of sinners or do they sinfully judge sinners? @MattChandler74
  • The gospel is the very fuel by which our lives are lived and our obedience is driven.
  • The gospel brings forth our fruitfulness. @MattChandler74
  • Does part of your discipleship process teach people to preach the gospel to themselves? @MattChandler74
  • Is there an acknowledgment of struggle and weakness? A freedom to repent? @MattChandler74
  • Confession and repentance is an ongoing ethic in the Christian life. @MattChandler74
  • Our weakness reveals the strength of Christ. @MattChandler74
  • Our theology drives our philosophy of ministry, which drives our practice. @MattChandler74

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