Breaking News

0.00

Breaking News
A GUIDE TO THE GOSPEL

Talk 1: Gospel
Talk 2: Mark
Talk 3: Matthew
Talk 4: Luke
Talk 5: John

Available in High Res and Low Res Video Files

Go to MY ACCOUNTS and register for a Feast Video membership account today to access this content.

Description

A GUIDE TO THE GOSPEL

For five weeks, we’ll ride a spaceship to the sky, and from that vantage point, get a macro-view of the four Gospels—Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John.

Two warnings before we dive into the series:

First: The talks will be more cerebral. Some people assume that faith means throwing away their brain. Nope. God gave each one of us a mind so that we can understand our faith.

Second: After this series, our hope is that you’ll have more questions than answers. Some people feel guilty when they have questions because they think that means they have doubts—and for them, doubts are bad. But guess what? Doubts are needed to deepen our faith.

Have an amazing series.

Talk 1: Gospel

The first talk is about the Gospel according to Mark. Mark, the first one to have ever been written (Not Matthew), starts off by saying in verse one, The beginning of the gospel of Jesus Christ, the Son of God. (Mark 1:1 NKJV) A few chapters later, he’d say, And the gospel must first be preached to all nations. (Mark 13:10 NIV)

Discussion Guides available here  

Talk Slides available here  

Listen to the Podcast

Talk 2: Mark

Talk 2 focuses on Mark, the first Gospel ever written, which emphasizes that Jesus has a bigger plan than what the apostles thought was His purpose in coming to Earth.

Discussion Guides available here  

Talk Slides available here  

Listen to the Podcast

Talk 3: Matthew

“God is doing something new!”

Talk 3 is about the Gospel of Matthew. Like most abusive tax collectors, Matthew was hated by the Jews.

But Jesus called Matthew, loved him, and made him his Apostle.  The former outcast became a Gospel writer.a

Discussion Guides available here  

Talk Slides available here  

Listen to the Podcast

Talk 4: Luke

You’re made for bigger things.” In Talk 2, the message is similar: “God has bigger plans.” In Talk 3, the big message is, “God is doing something new!” In Talk 4, the big message is “God is chasing you.” Talk 4 is about the Gospel of Luke.
For Luke, the prophecy from Isaiah was His mission statement: “To proclaim Good News to the Poor.”

Discussion Guides available here  

Talk Slides available here  

Listen to the Podcast

Talk 5: John

For Luke, the prophecy from Isaiah was His mission statement: “To proclaim Good News to the Poor.”

Discussion Guides available here  

Talk Slides available here  

Listen to the Podcast

Go to Top