Whether building a house or building a life, solid, square and true foundations are vital.
If you’re just starting out in the Christian life—or considering it—you want to get those foundations in place from the start. Even if you’ve been a Christian for a while, it’s important to occasionally check your foundations—they might have shifted or been attacked by white ants, or perhaps they weren’t laid quite as straight as you originally thought.
In this Learn Together book, thoroughly inspect your gospel foundations and make your understanding of that gospel sound and biblical—alongside your brothers and sisters in Christ.
Through reading, studying the Bible, watching some video input and discussing what you are all learning together, you’ll go deep into the gospel of Jesus Christ—understanding each of its parts, how they fit together, and what implications the gospel has for all of our lives.
Question: How does Learn the Gospel relate to the original Two Ways to Live course?
Answer: The Two Ways to Live: Know and share the gospel course had two main goals for participants: first, that they would come away with a sound and thorough knowledge of what the gospel is, and second, that they would gain the ability to share it with someone clearly and naturally when the opportunity arises.
These two goals have been split into two separate courses in order to see them both achieved more effectively. Learn the Gospel teaches what the gospel is; the forthcoming Share the Gospel will equip people who have gone through Learn the Gospel to explain the gospel to others. Obviously, with Learn the Gospel and Share the Gospel having a combined total of 16 sessions, there is now considerably more time to go deeper and do a better job of achieving these two goals (the old course was just seven sessions in total).
The new courses are also much easier to lead than the old course, and they are therefore now very suitable for use in growth groups. The quality of the video components in the new course is also significantly higher.
Learn the Gospel and Share the Gospel are based on the 2021 revised edition of Two Ways to Live and its slightly updated and improved wording, choice of Bible verses and gospel logic.
The old Two Ways to Live course is being phased out and will no longer be available once we’ve run out of stock.
Question: Will this course get participants to memorise Two Ways to Live?
Answer: Yes, this course does encourage and provide time for people to memorise the Bible verses and illustrations that go with Two Ways to Live. This is to make sure that the key concepts and foundations of the gospel are understood thoroughly and internalised.
Question: How much does the video material for Learn the Gospel cost?
Answer: All the videos are free and can be streamed or downloaded.
Two Ways to Live is a gospel outline that explains the message of Jesus Christ in the context of the overarching story of the Bible, giving the non-Christian hearer or reader all the presuppositions and assumptions they need to grasp the real significance of Jesus' death and resurrection.AU STOREUS STORE
This resource helps two or three friends to sit down together and discover the central message of the Bible. The passages are taken from all over the Bible, and introduce readers to the six key ideas in the Bible's message as outlined in Two Ways to Live.AU STOREUS STORE
What happens when God gives you an opportunity to talk about Christianity or the gospel in everyday conversation? Do you smoothly explain who Jesus is and what he has done, feeling confident to answer any questions that come your way? Or do you fumble or freeze up, not really knowing what to say and feeling nervous about how it will be received?
This Learn Together book will teach and train you to share the gospel of Jesus with other people, naturally, confidently, clearly and faithfully, in your own unique way.
Share the Gospel uses the well-known gospel outline Two Ways to Live as a framework, and is the sequel to Learn the Gospel. We recommend that you work through Learn the Gospel before tackling this book, or at least be reasonably familiar with the Two Ways to Live outline.