Does everyone have a role in the mission of the Gospel?

It may seem self-explanatory, but each Christian has an important contribution that they make to the mission of the Gospel.  It’s not just to attend a church, it’s not just to give a tithe, and it’s not just participating in the ministry of the church.  God has deposited a little bit of Himself in every Christian, and so every Christian uniquely models a small portion of the character of God.  What that means is that each one of us has something that we contribute to the overall mission of the gospel (the sharing of our faith) that is unique to us.  Alone we only reflect what we have been given, but together we create a more complete picture of Jesus.  Yet, there are many Christians who just don’t feel like they are qualified to serve the Lord.  What’s worse is that the general message of the average church is to let the experts do the heavy lifting and there are few avenues to being activated personally into ministry.  We want to change that and acknowledge that it was Christ’s vision that everyone who would follow Him would be actively involved in ministry.  We want to see everyone released to have an impact on the world around them for the Lord.

In this Sermon

We are going to take a look at what the Bible teaches us about our responsibility to serve the Lord.  We are also going to take a look at how we are uniquely gifted to do what God is calling each one of us to do.

Scripture References

Romans 12:3-8, Deuteronomy 32:30, Acts 10:34-3

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