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Gospel Quartet Reaches Millions with the Gospel

Gospel Quartet Reaches Millions with the Gospel The Redeemed Quartet, an Indiana-based musical group made up of four 20-somethings who sing Christian songs in 4-part harmony, has been reaching millions with the gospel as they travel singing to anyone who is willing to hear them.A sermon certainly can reach people, but weve found that a... Read more

Franklin Graham: God Has Provided New Gospel Opportunities amid This Unprecedented Year

Franklin Graham: God Has Provided New Gospel Opportunities amid This Unprecedented Year Evangelist Franklin Graham, the president of Samaritans Purse and The Billy Graham Association (BGEA), is thanking God for the continued opportunity to share the gospel despite the challenges seen throughout 2020.In a post published on BGEAs website, the son of the late evangelist... Read more

10 Issues the Gospel Solved in the Corinthian Church

Its not surprising for a church to have sin problems. A church is a group of sinnerssaved and repenting sinners, yes, but still sinners. If thats the case for a group of longtime Christians, imagine a church consisting entirely of baby Christians. When Paul wrote the letter of 1 Corinthians to the church at Corinth,... Read more

Here’s Another Trailer for ‘Voices of Fire,’ Pharrell’s Reality Gospel Series | RELEVANT

We’ve got a longer look atVoices of Fire, the Gospel music reality TV series about Bishop Ezekiel Williams’ quest to build the world’s best, most inspirational gospel choir, and the famous, music genius nephew who helped him do it. Yes, Pharrell went back to his home in Virginia Beach to help his uncle see his... Read more

Pharrell Williams, Netflix Team Up for New Series about Finding Talented Gospel Singers

Pharrell Williams, Netflix Team Up for New Series about Finding Talented Gospel Singers Hampton Roads native Pharrell Williams returned to his hometown to film an unscripted project titled Voice of Fire, where he searched for young, talented gospel singers in his hometown, The Christian Post reports.The project will premiere on Netflix on November 20 and will... Read more

Pharrell Williams goes back to his church roots with new gospel choir Netflix series

Pharrell Williams (r) with his uncle Bishop Ezekiel Williams (l).(Photo: Antony Platt/Netflix)Pharrell Williams' new docuseries about putting together a gospel choir debuts this month on Netflix.  Voices of Fire streams from November 20 and follows Pharrell as he works with his uncle, Bishop Ezekiel Williams, in searching for undiscovered talent.  Bishop Ezekiel is the pastor... Read more

Newly Elected Congressman Accused of Anti-Semitism for Sharing the Gospel with Jews

Newly Elected Congressman Accused of Anti-Semitism for Sharing the Gospel with Jews On Monday, Freshman congressman Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) received heavy criticism on social media after he revealed in a recent interview that he has tried to convert Jews to Christianity.In an interview with the Jewish Insider, the 25-year-old congressman discussed his devout Christian faith... Read more

The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Collin Hansen: A recent article in New York Magazine included this bombshell, “Roughly 30% of American women under 25 identify as LGBT. For women over 60, that figure is less than 5%.” Now,... Read more

Indian Gov’t Accuses Gospel For Asia Sister Church of Siphoning Tax-Exempt Funds

Indian Gov't Accuses Gospel For Asia Sister Church of Siphoning Tax-Exempt Funds Gospel for Asia, a Christian church planting and missionary organization, has responded to accusations that one of its sister churches and its leader have been "siphoning out" illegal tax-exempt dollars for fraudulent expenses. The accusations about the organizations sister church, Believers Eastern Church,... Read more

A year marked by COVID-19 and economic instability creates fertile ground for the Gospel – Mission Network News

Lebanon (MNN) — In a year that has been extremely difficult all around the world, countries in the Near East are particularly struggling. Cry Out Now encourages prayer for Lebanon, Jordan, Syria, and Iraq as people in these countries search for hope. Hungry for Hope Jane of Cry Out Now explains that ministries in these... Read more

Gospel for Asia says tax department probe into partner church has been ‘wildly mischaracterized’

GFA founder KP Yohannan(Photo: Gospel for Asia)Gospel for Asia has responded after the Indian government accused its partner ministry, Believers Eastern Church, and leader Bishop K.P. Yohannan of "siphoning out" tax-exempted funds for "personal and other illegal expenses." "Believers Eastern Church, and its over 50 dioceses in India, are cooperating with the Indian government as... Read more

The Gospel Coalition Podcast: Private Prayer Is Not Enough

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. John Onwuchekwa: Heavenly Father, we come to you because at the end of the day, that’s all that we know how to do, Father. We’re grateful that as we present our requests to... Read more

Dominant and Subdominant Cultural Dynamics – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Jerome Gay: We still see this playing out today when we see the racial divide within the church. We label black and brown churches more style than substance simply because of the emotional... Read more

Evangelism Is Much Easier Than You Think – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Collin Hansen: Why would anyone think a preacher from 2,000 years ago would be relevant today? I mean, assume for a second you don’t believe in the resurrection. What did his age know... Read more

Historical Developments of the Black Church – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Walter Strickland: You had these African-American evangelicals, who are theologically Orthodox, who are now sort of saying, “Hey, we must apply the gospel to this stuff.” In the churches that they’re worshiping in,... Read more

Unhelpful Perspectives on Race and Justice – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Christina Edmondson: A part of loving people is learning about who they are. Learning about the story of black people’s experience in the United States would lead most people to a deeper place... Read more

Gospel Music Legend Bishop Rance Allen Dies at 71

Gospel Music Legend Bishop Rance Allen Dies at 71 (RNS) Gospel legend Bishop Rance Allen, a Gospel Music Hall of Fame inductee perhaps best known for his gospel hit Something About the Name Jesus, has died at the age of 71.The formal announcement of his death came in a statement from Bishop Robert G. Rudolph... Read more

Download Our Updated App The Gospel Coalition

The updated TGC mobile app features articles, blogs, podcasts, Read the Bible, and many other resources from leaders such as Tim Keller, Jackie Hill Perry, David Platt, Collin Hansen, Jen Wilkin, John Piper, Rebecca McLaughlin, Kevin DeYoung, Melissa Kruger, and many other trusted and timely, winsome and wise voices. Download it today Apple Google Amazon... Read more

New Calvinists and the Battle for Evangelicalism – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Collin Hansen: On Gospelbound, I typically interview authors whose ideas intrigue and encourage me. Today is no different with my guest, Brad Vermurlen, author of the new book Reformed Resurgence: The New Calvinist... Read more

Gospel overcomes pandemic, other obstacles in Philippines – Mission Network News

Philippines (CAM) –In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, highway patrolmen at a checkpoint in the Philippines stopped a local ministry leader, partnered with Christian Aid Mission and three of his co-workers on July 29 as they traveled together. On their way to another province on the island of Mindanao as part of a project... Read more

The Need for Two-Sided Theology – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Carl Ellis: American Christianity went along with cultural sin. There’s good things in a culture and there are bad things in a culture. So, if you’re in cultural captivity, you conform to the... Read more

Peshawar attack provides Gospel opportunity – Mission Network News

Pakistan (MNN) — Police are investigating Tuesdays attack at an Islamic school in Pakistan. Theyve arrested 55 people so far, but some experts say the explosive used was too sophisticated for local terror groups: The attack does not bear the signature of usual suspects like Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan [TTP] and its other offshoots. [Someone used] military-grade... Read more

Individual Racism vs. Systemic Racism – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Phillip Holmes: Partiality, if you look at the definition and what it’s doing, it does what the Bible always does. It speaks to our specific sins or struggles, but at the same time,... Read more

What Does Ineffective Apologetics Look Like? – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Mark Allen: Does ineffective apologetics look like in today’s world? Josh Chatraw: Yeah, well, one of the things we’re dealing with culturally at this moment is this incredible polarization. Now, I think in... Read more

Closing the Case on the Gospel of Jesuss Wife

On September 19, 2012, the world awoke to a coordinated set of press releases. Harvard Divinity School professor Karen King had unveiled a papyrus fragment with a Coptic text: Jesus said to them, My wife . . . According to King, while this Gospel of Jesuss Wife fragment didnt prove Jesus had married, it did... Read more

The Election of the Evangelical – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Collin Hansen: The year 1976 marked a turning point in American and evangelical history. It was the year of the evangelical with a born-again, Southern Baptist Jimmy Carter, capturing the Democratic nomination and... Read more

Black History: 1963 Birmingham to Present – The Gospel Coalition

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Collin Hansen: The problem is, historically in America, and especially the South, preaching the gospel has coexisted perfectly fine alongside segregation and racism and White supremacy. I mean that descriptively, I don’t mean... Read more

How Progressive Christianity Preaches Another Gospel

Alisa Childers, former member of the popular Christian band ZOEgirl, began attending a new church not realizing the pastor was a progressive Christian until she was invited to attend an exclusive class. In fact, the pastor didnt even identify as a Christian, but as a hopeful agnostic. This class would introduce Childers to a brand... Read more