An Anemic Gospel: Are We Stopping Short in Our Gospel Proclamation?

PeoplesNextDoorA post by Keelan Cook:

I have heard the gospel countless times, thousands of times. I imagine you have too. Most of the people who read this blog already claim to be believers. I typically write to the choir here. More than hear it, I have spoken the gospel countless times. I have preached the gospel. I have taught the gospel. I have shared the gospel with people. Perhaps you have too.

But I am concerned that too often we stop short in our words about the gospel. I believe a misunderstanding of the gospel preached causes… Continue Reading

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