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The word gospel is derived from the Anglo-Saxon godspell (“good story”).                   

The classical Greek word euangelion means “a reward for bringing of good news” or the “good news” itself.
In the Greco-Roman world, in which the emperor was revered as protector of the empire, and as a god, the term had militaristic and religious implications: the royal proclamation of victory and the appearance or accession to the throne of the ruler.
In contemporary Greek it denoted a weighty, authoritative, royal, and official message.

The Euangelion, the Gospel message commissioned of the men and women in Jerusalem, after the Resurrection was clear:

Christ is KING. Christ is LORD.



Is there a God? How can we know? Is God even plausible?
If God is plausible, which God is God?

All faiths have faith. Why accept Christianity?
Can Christianity hold up to scrutiny? What does becoming a Christian mean?
Was Jesus a real figure in history? If so, is He relevant today? If He was a man, how can He be God?
No one comes back from the dead. 


If the resurrection is true, game over!

Christianity is TRUE.

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Derived from the Greek word “apologia,” which means defense, Christian apologetics is the field of study concerned with providing a rational defense and reasoned arguments for the truth of the Christian faith.


The purpose of apologetics is twofold:

  • Firstly, it aims to strengthen the faith of believers by providing intellectual foundations for their beliefs. By exploring the rationality, coherence, and evidence supporting Christianity, apologetics helps believers deepen their understanding and confidence in their faith. It addresses doubts, uncertainties, and challenges, providing reasoned answers and reassurance.
  • Secondly, apologetics engages with skeptics and non-believers, presenting persuasive arguments to challenge objections and invites them to consider the truth of Christianity. It recognizes the importance of addressing intellectual barriers and engaging in respectful dialogue to foster understanding and creates opportunities for others to encounter the Gospel.

Discover the Mind of the Early Church in Worship and Community

Building a community of faith through apostolic principles begins with a firm foundation in the authority of The Living Word- Jesus Christ. The apostles, as the chosen messengers of Christ, diligently recorded and preserved the teachings and life of Jesus, in the New Testament canonized in the 300s AD and via oral tradition. By emphasizing the centrality of Christ as the ultimate authority and His word in Scripture, the community gains a shared understanding of God’s revelation and His plan for salvation. This commitment to Christ, the written word of God, and to the understanding of the mind of the early Church fosters unity in doctrine, prevents divisions, and ensures that the community remains steadfast in its faith.

As believers study and apply the teachings of the apostles, they become equipped to worship like the first Christians, build community and navigate the challenges of life and address contemporary issues through the way, the truth and the life of Christ.

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