Gospel Presentation by Pete Hughes [#Gospel #GospelPresentation #PeteHughes]

Pete Hughes is Pastor of King’s Cross Church in London, England.

Pete has pieced together this fantastic video in which he distills the crucial aspects of Christianity into a lively three-minute presentation.

Pete splits the Biblical narrative into 3 sections:
1. Creation
2. Decreation
3. Recreation

This is a remarkably simple way of cutting the story of Christianity into bitesize chunks that can be explained in a matter of minutes.

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Share the Gospel in 90 Seconds by The Village Church [#Gospel #GospelPresentation #VillageChurch]

This gospel presentation is by a ministry of The Village Church that creates biblical, practical and creative discipleship resources that equip Christians to learn and live out the gospel in the everyday.

The Village Church exists to bring glory to God by making disciples through gospel-centered worship, gospel-centered community, gospel-centered service and gospel-centered multiplication.

Gospel Presentation by Archbishop Justin Welby [#Gospel #GospelPresentation #JustinWelby]

Archbishop Justin Welby explains the Christian Gospel and what it means to be a follower of Jesus Christ.

Justin Portal Welby (January 6, 1956-) is the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury and the most senior bishop in the Church of England. Welby was the vicar of Southam, Warwickshire, and most recently was the Bishop of Durham, serving for just over a year. As Archbishop of Canterbury, he is the Primate of All England and the head Primus inter pares of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Welby was educated at the University of Cambridge where he studied history and law. Later in life, he received an ordination at St John’s College, Durham. After several parochial appointments he became the Dean of Liverpool in 2007 and the Bishop of Durham in 2011.

Welby’s theology is reported as representing the evangelical tradition within Anglicanism. Having worked in business before his ordination, some of his publications explore the relationship between finance and religion and, as a member of the House of Lords, he sits on the panel of the 2012 Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards.

This video is brought to us by yesheis UK. yesheis UK is a community passionate about sharing our faith, encouraging each other and discovering creative, new ways to share the Gospel in today’s world.