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Free Stuff Fridays (The Gospel Project)

This week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by The Gospel Project, who also sponsored the blog this week.

The Gospel Project wants to help 3 churches explore the big story of Scripture with a set of resources from their upcoming study, Jesus the Messiah.

In this package, you’ll receive:

  • A copy of Gospel-Centered Kids Ministry by Brian Dembowczyk
  • The Gospel Project for Adults Leader Guide and 10 Daily Discipleship Guides
  • The Gospel Project for Students Leader Guide and 10 Daily Discipleship Guides
  • The Gospel Project for Kids Leader Kit and 10 activity page sets
  • The Gospel Project for Preschool Leader Kit and 10 activity page sets

Through the first six volumes of its latest study cycle, The Gospel Project has followed the story of God’s promise to rescue the world from sin—the promise of a Rescuer, a King, who would come to restore His people. In The Gospel Project: Jesus the Messiah, the whole church will see how God’s plan was fulfilled and the promised Rescuer was revealed when He spoke to a young woman named Mary. She would have a Son. He was the One God’s people waited for. His name was Jesus. And He would change everything.

The Gospel Project invites you and your church to join in this study of the New Testament and see how in Jesus, hope gets personal. Sign-up to receive free sample sessions at gospelproject.com/preview today.

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