In short, the Gospel is the mind-blowing news that Jesus Christ died for sins and rose again, forever victorious over each and every enemy that stood between God and His chief creation: man. Now, because of this amazing work, there is nothing that separates those who believe from their Creator and all the joy that He promises. In order to fully understand what the Gospel is, however, it is important to understand why the Gospel is needed. God's Magnificent Design God decided in eternity past to begin creating the world with the intent to reveal His glory (Ps. 19:1). Every piece and part of creation was designed to unveil God's fame. God then designed mankind uniquely to be His image bearers (Gen. 1:26-28), and gave them the special privilege of reflecting His attributes (e.g. His love, kindness, gentleness, forgiveness, justice, etc.) in the world. Mankind's Terrible Decision Beginning with Adam, mankind quickly veered off of God's designed course (Gen. 3:1-24; Rom. 5:12) and chose the path of rebellion, sin, and death. Later, God created the nation Israel to be His chosen and treasured people so that they would be a blessing to the nations (Gen. 12:1-3; Deut. 7:6-11), but they too chose to rebel against God. The judges, the kings, and the prophets all failed to steer Israel back to God's intended course of revealing His glory. God’s Amazing Solution Jesus Christ, God in flesh, came to do what people are completely unable to do. Only through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ are the redemption of man and the restoration of creation made possible. Jesus is our SAVIOR (He saved us from God’s eternal wrath); Jesus is our LORD (He is the master whom we love and serve); Jesus is our KING (He is the victorious king that is establishing His kingdom and overthrowing the kingdom of darkness). The Gospel Summarized Christians look to Jesus Christ alone for their salvation (Acts 4:12). They recognize that their sinfulness and rebellion has separated them from a perfect and holy God (Rom. 3:23). They believe that Jesus Christ, who was fully God, came as a man (Phil. 2:6-8), lived a perfect life (1 Pet. 2:22-23), offered His body as an unblemished sacrifice for our sins (Rom. 5:8-10), bore the full weight of the Father's wrath (1 John 4:8-10) and victoriously conquered death through His resurrection (1 Cor. 15:1-11). Have you read enough? Still have questions? Join us this Sunday, 8:30AM or 10:30AM, or shoot us an email at : firstname.lastname@example.org
Curious about Day3 Church? Want to become a part of the family? Then join us for a membership class. This class explains the purpose and mission of Day3 Church, answers any of your questions, and enables you to meet and talk with church members and staff. Afterwards, you have the opportunity to join the church. For your convenience, classes are offered each month. Membership Class is designed for 6th graders/12 year-olds and older. Sign-up on the back of your Connection Card on Sunday or by calling/emailing the church office. This class is a requirement for Day3 Church membership. Check the calendar for the next membership class or email us at email@example.com
Who are volunteers? Day3 volunteers are members of the church who work together to serve our church body and others in the community to advance the Kingdom for Jesus. How do I volunteer at Day3 Church? Become a member of the church (see the Becoming a Member section for Membership information), check out the volunteer tdocument below. Fill this out if you already know which team you want to serve with or use this form to get a better idea of what serving can be if you're not certain yet. You can also find out more about Day3's volunteer opportunities by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or attending Membership Class.
What are Small Groups (Life Groups) all about? Engaging in Christ-centered community is essential to your spiritual development. Day3 offers short-term groups in homes that allow you to take a next step in your walk with Jesus while connecting with others to discuss the current sermon series, a book, or using your gifts for the Kingdom of God. We encourage you to join one of our small groups whether you are a member or a regular attender! If you are interested in joining a Life Groups or would like to talk to someone more about what Life Groups are, feel free to email us at email@example.com! Life group Schedule and Groups Click Here.