In February we’re doing four Facebook Lives for our series Ancient Faith in Modern Times.

For our third week, we spoke with G’Joe Joseph about Recovering the Gospel — why it’s critical for those of us in this generation to understand the message and how to effectively share it.

In this conversation Andrew and G’Joe discuss:

** Modern problems: living on the fumes of the reformation
** A truncated gospel, an outdated mindset
** Shifting from prepared to unprepared audiences
** Shifting from only expounding scripture to expounding culture as well
** Practical ways to engage this generation
** Q&A

Subscribe to make sure you don’t miss any of these conversations. Next week we’ll be talking with Susie Walther about Rediscovering the Mission of Jesus.

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