The Good News in JESUS CHRIST… the GOSPEL.
Woven throughout the pages of the Bible is a message of Good News, the Gospel. This message reaches its climax in the person of Jesus Christ. He is the Victor over sin, Satan, and death, and in Him, this broken world has hope. His death on a cross about 2000 years ago paid the penalty for sin, defeated Satan, and his resurrection broke the chains of death, paving the way of new life for those who believe in Him.
The story the Bible tells isn’t just about a ticket to heaven or a list of dos and don’ts. It’s a message of hope from God, where God writes Himself into the story, to experience this life, and to save us by becoming one of us; an unfolding story of restoration initiated. He empathizes with us…now… comforting us when sad or depressed, strengthening us when weak, and granting mercy and grace to us when we repent.
With His Spirit He fills us, enabling us to serve and follow Him, until He comes again to finalize the restoration of all things. This is the God we serve; this is the God we would love you to meet. Please connect with us and join us in worshiping this God of the Bible. To Him be all praise and glory!
“For God so loved the world that he gave his only son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish, but have eternal life.”
Throughout history many people have come to know Jesus and have placed their trust in him. These followers of Jesus have come from different nations and cultures and all walks of life. Yet, they have one thing in common: they have all come to know Jesus through learning God’s Word, the Bible. The Good News of Jesus Christ is that he has saved us, and this message can be found throughout the Bible. When you study and understand this message, it will change your life.
But life can be full of questions.
Why is there suffering in this world? Why am I here? Are all religions the same? Who is Jesus? Did he live and walk on this earth? Can I trust the Bible? What’s the point of church?
These questions may be on your mind, but you may have found it difficult to get answers. You possibly don’t know who to ask or you’ve simply chosen to keep your questions to yourself. You may have even had a bad experience with the church in your past, and so have feelings of pain or even anger toward Christians and don’t trust their input. Whatever the case may be, we would like to encourage you to find answers.
Whether you are skeptic, have doubts, have been hurt or are facing deep depression, we invite you to open a Bible to see what it says about life.