Introducing the Gospels with Michael Card (ChurchNext)


Source: ChurchNext

They’re four of the most beautiful books in the world, the Gospels: Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. However, they’re nearly 2,000 years old, and reading them can raise as many questions as they answer.

A love for the meaning and message of the Gospels is what has fueled author, musician, and theologian Michael Card to write several books on the Gospels. Michael has authored or co-authored nearly 20 books, and has a passion for teaching these incredible four books.

In this course, Michael outlines each Gospel, teaching us:

  • The history and historical settings of the Gospels
  • The original audiences and evolution of the Gospels
  • The similarities and differences of the Gospels
  • How to apply the Gospels to our lives

This course is perfect for every member of your congregation. This is a great way to inform and begin discussion around this important topic.

Learn more about this course and register at ChurchNext


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