Thursday, June 21, 2012

This is the Gospel Project

The Gospel Project is a Christ-centered curriculum that examines the grand narrative of Scripture and how the gospel transforms the lives of those it touches. Over a three-year plan of study, each session immerses participants—adults, students, and kids—in the gospel through every story, theological concept, and call to missions from Genesis to Revelation. My church has signed up for the pilot program, which allows us to get the first month free in return for our feedback. (If your church is interested, I think the offer is still available)

 Using images from well-known pieces of art, the video team from "The Gospel Project" has put together a three-minute video that is well worth your time!


Unknown said...

This looks great and very timely. It's so important that as Christians we understand this Story. So many in our postmodern culture believe there is no metanarrative--each person or group of people creates their own--African Americans, Women, LGBT, etc. 20th c French Philosopher Jean-Fran├žois Lyotard said in the following quotation: "Simplifying to the extreme, I define postmodern as incredulity towards metanarratives" (1984). By this, Lyotard meant that the postmodern condition is characterized by an increasingly widespread skepticism toward metanarratives, such as the unique status of the individual, the boundedness of information, and the march of progress, that had given order and meaning to Western thought during modernity. (

cwwheelock said...

Great artwork... Greater story! Thanks for sharing!