“What relevance does the Gospel have in my life?”
Ephesians 2:1-10 and Romans 1 are just two of the references that Dean of the College of Theology Jason Hiles, PhD, gave to answer this question.
Grand Canyon University Campus Pastor and Dean of Students Tim Griffin joined Dr. Hiles to help answer the question of how the Gospel is relevant to our life today.
Dr. Hiles commented that if we just see the Gospel as a means to the end of salvation, that we are missing the point. The Gospel is so much more than just achieving salvation – it helps us grow closer to Him and takes us on a journey.
God is still doing good work in us each and every day.
Watch the entire discussion below:
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