This next week we are going to start an 11-part series on the book of Romans. It’s called JUSTIFIED: the Gospel of God in the Book of Romans. We will launch our mid-week men’s study at the Fort Worth campus on Thursday, January 7. Our morning session starts a6:30 am in The Oak Room, complete with a full breakfast. The evening session starts at 7:00 pm in The Den. Our West Campus study begins Tuesday, January 12 at 7:00 at The Station. To register, check the links below. You don’t have to attend Christ Chapel to take part.
This series is going to take an in-depth look at the gospel according to Paul. He wrote an entire letter dedicated to clarifying and defining the full scope of what he called the gospel of God. And while the core message of the gospel is simple: “Believe in the Lord Jesus, and you will be saved” (Acts 16:31 ESV), the good news regarding salvation through Christ is amazingly multifaceted and incredibly rich in detail. The book of Romans is Paul’s epic explanation of the gospel that provides us with a comprehensive look at just what God did when He sent His Son to die for the sins of mankind. In this letter, Paul addressed some of the most complex and controversial issues surrounding the topic of salvation, including election, predestination, human depravity, the fate of Israel, and the means by which men can be made right with God. And while Romans is a highly theological book, it is amazingly practical. So I hope you will make every effort to join us.