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John Ploog - April 18, 2021

Good News & Bad News

Here’s your assignment: recall one of your favorite good news - bad news jokes… without researching it on Google during this message. I for one enjoy this kind of humor, but I will have to wait for your submittals for my next good laugh or “hmm… something to think about” moment. How do you talk about the gospel? How do you talk about it even when you are talking to someone who may not even know him? What makes the gospel of Christ such unmistakably good news? Why are you convinced that it really is good news, meant for everyone? How do you recognize the good news against the schemes of a counterfeit gospel salvation? God wants to be confident in the gospel of our Savior.

From Series: "Galatians"

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John Ploog - April 18, 2021

Good News & Bad News

Here’s your assignment: recall one of your favorite good news - bad news jokes… without researching it on Google during this message. I for one enjoy this kind of humor, but I will have to wait for your submittals for my next good laugh or “hmm… something to think about” moment. How do you talk about the gospel? How do you talk about it even when you are talking to someone who may not even know him? What makes the gospel of Christ such unmistakably good news? Why are you convinced that it really is good news, meant for everyone? How do you recognize the good news against the schemes of a counterfeit gospel salvation? God wants to be confident in the gospel of our Savior.

From Series: "Galatians"

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John Ploog - April 18, 2021

Good News & Bad News

Here’s your assignment: recall one of your favorite good news - bad news jokes… without researching it on Google during this message. I for one enjoy this kind of humor, but I will have to wait for your submittals for my next good laugh or “hmm… something to think about” moment. How do you talk about the gospel? How do you talk about it even when you are talking to someone who may not even know him? What makes the gospel of Christ such unmistakably good news? Why are you convinced that it really is good news, meant for everyone? How do you recognize the good news against the schemes of a counterfeit gospel salvation? God wants to be confident in the gospel of our Savior.

From Series: "Galatians"

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