During worship on Easter Sunday, we were reminded of God’s sacrifice on the cross–not just for those who believe Jesus is the Messiah, but for all who don’t, even those who ridiculed and tortured Him before His death. At some point during the message, I began remembering all the sins of my past and just how unworthy I was (and still am) but also how grateful I am that God so graciously sacrificed His Son to save me (and my family, pictured above).
As you may know, many church-goers this past weekend are not regular attenders, that is they likely only attend church on Christmas and Easter. However, our hope is that many of them heard the gospel message proclaimed and left asking the question: “What must I do to be saved?” The good news is that’s the focus of John MacArthur’s current study on “Grace to You.” Through April 10, John will share aspects of the gospel your listeners may have never considered as well as equip them to spot counterfeit teaching.
Then mid-month, John MacArthur takes an in-depth look at one of Scriptures most comforting truth–that God adopts sinners into His family. It’s a brand-new series (and a very timely one) in which listeners will hear more about the privileges and responsibilities that come with being a child of God, both in this life and the next. This study, Adopted by God, airs April 17-27.
Perhaps some of your listeners heard the gospel for the first time on Easter, in which case this is great month for them to tune in to “Grace to You.” And, if they’re looking for more answers to their questions, GTY.org has many helpful resources. In fact, a free download of You Can Trust the Bible is available and as good a place as any to start.
For a complete look at the rest of April programming, download the Program Tool Kit here.
Trust you and your family are still basking in the afterglow of Resurrection Sunday and proclaiming too … He is risen!