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Whatever Happened To The Gospel?

David Nicholas

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ISBN 10: 1615071547 / ISBN 13: 9781615071548
Published by CrossBooks Publishing, 2011
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Title: Whatever Happened To The Gospel?

Publisher: CrossBooks Publishing

Publication Date: 2011

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Too many Christian leaders act as though the Gospel is not a topic worthy of discussion. They speak on the wonders of knowing Christ, but never explain why a person needs Christ, who Christ is, and what Christ accomplished to make it possible for us to be given the gift of life with God. In Whatever Happened to the Gospel? , author Dr. David Nicholas addresses why the absence of Gospel teaching in a huge majority of modern evangelical churches is a problem and how to solve it. Citing the results of a LifeWay Research survey, Dr. David Nicholas shows how the Bad News and the Good News of the Gospel is often left out of sermons, and yet pastors still invite people to receive Jesus into their hearts. Whatever Happened to the Gospel? uses Scriptural passages to explain the Bad and Good News in a way that cuts through the confusion that exists in the minds of many. The church at large is in sad shape today because many who call themselves Christians have no idea what they believe. This confusion can be resolved through sharing the Gospel and making the Gospel part of every message. Evangelism and true discipleship begin with a clear, complete, logical, and sequential presentation of the Bad News and Good News. By following the lessons and examples presented in Whatever Happened to the Gospel? , believers are strengthened and empowered, knowing they are part of the Lord's great eternal plan.

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Dr. David Nicholas planted Spanish River Church in Boca Raton, Florida in 1967 and as pastor for 42 years, led S.R.C. to become one of the foremost church planting churches in the world. S.R.C. has planted 235 churches in the United States and other countries and was listed by Leadership Network as one of the top five church planting churches in the U.S. S.R.C. church plants include Redeemer Presbyterian Church, Manhattan, Imago Dei, Portland, The Journey, St. Louis, CrossPointe, Orlando, TrinityGrace, Manhattan and Brooklyn, Naperville Presbyterian Church, I.L., Ponte Vedra Presbyterian Church, F.L., and City Church, San Francisco. Dr. Nicholas attended the University of Miami, Dallas, Columbia and Westminster Theological Seminaries. Dr. Nicholas founded The Church Planting Network in 2009 and continues to plant churches. He also conducts Gospel Boot Camps for the purpose of training church planters and pastors in the preaching of the Bad News/Good News.

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