WHAT IS THE GOSPEL?
We all put our hope in something but often realize those things are temporary. That's a hard reality because, in this upside-down world, the questions so many of us have about God, life, and faith are all too often met with unclear answers and cliches—questions like...
“Why is the world so messed up? Isn’t there more to life than this? Why isn’t God doing more to make this world a better place? And, is there REALLY any hope?”
The Good News is that Jesus really does offer us hope, and it’s a certain hope that goes beyond the things this world offers.
These are the kinds of things we talk about here, so we invite you to join us soon.
If you want to know more about the hope Jesus offers, click here. Additionally, these videos from Spread Truth offer a clear explanation of the story, including a version for kids.
WHAT IS THE CHURCH?
Often, cynics see the church as too judgmental, too hypocritical, or an intimidating place where we're not free to come as we are, but none of these notions accurately define the church.
Simply put, the church is everyone who follows Jesus. It’s not a building; it’s people.
The church is a community of grace that must strive to love and serve one another as Jesus loves us. Everyone wants to be known and to belong. These desires are fulfilled in the church.
As followers of Jesus, we are called to welcome one another and belong to each other as we belong to Jesus.
Jesus said, “I will build my church.” He is doing that with people from every state, country, race, class, and age. And we are humbled that he's doing that here at Fellowship Greenville. For more insight into what the church is, click here.