How The Gospel Gets From The Church To The World (Romans 10:11-17)

Tim Cain, May 13, 2017
Part of the Missions Conference (2017) series, preached at a Saturday Evening service

Did you know that there are over 6000 unreached people groups in the world? There are 3,000 people groups where the Bible has never been translated and the good news of the Gospel has never been heard? In this message we will look at Romans 10 and see what Paul believes needs to happen for the Gospel to go from the church into the world. Here we will find that this task isn’t the calling of a select few but all of God’s people have been entrusted with the message or reconciliation and God intends all of us to be involved in some way in seeing the Gospel proclaimed in places where it has never been heard.

Tags: Bible, El Cajon, Gospel, Jesus, Kaleo Church, Missions Conference

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