Did you know that there is an epidemic of loneliness in the US? Four thousand churches a year are closing their doors. Eighty percent of churches have either flatlined or are in decline. As of September 1, 2019, the number of mass shootings across the U.S. has outpaced the number of days in the calendar. Depression, anxiety and suicide ideation is ramping up in young adults. Over half of Christian Millennials have already left their churches. It is a multi-level crisis. Is there something that we Christians can do?
Yes, there’s an App for that! Are you like so many other Christians who are disappointed with their Christian experience?
• Has your walk with Christ just not lived up to your original expectations when you “signed up”?
• Are you waiting for that next “something” for your spiritual life to just take off?
• Are you hopelessly shackled by addictions and other poor habitual behaviors?
• Do you wonder if God still loves you? Or wonder if you messed up, crossed that unforgivable line a while ago?
• Are you troubled that you are not seeing people come to Christ?
• Is your prayer life listless--at best? Hit or miss?
• Are your relationships below par?
• Do you have trouble forgiving old wounds, much less new ones?
• Do you wonder what happened to your joy?
The Gospel App 1.0 is a popular, seven-lesson, participative discipleship curriculum designed for underachieving Christians--and that’s most of us, of course. Other well-meaning discipleship manuals are typically designed to help folk become more Christ-like—a good goal to be sure. The Gospel-App takes a different approach. The goal of the Gospel App is for you to become more dependent upon Christ. Anybody can do that.
So, if you have failed other discipleship courses, or did well for a while and then…? If that describes you, then you could probably benefit from the Gospel App. Here you will learn again how to both receive and apply four core aspects of the singular Gospel over and over. It isn’t rocket science, not really. A child could do it. Ironically, that’s the heart of our problem.