Giveaway: The Gospel Project Experience


As many readers here know, I’m a huge fan of The Gospel Project from Lifeway. Led by general editor Ed Stetzer and my friend Trevin Wax (the project’s Managing Editor), The Gospel Project is designed to unify your church under a single Christ-centered curriculum, at every age and stage.

If you’re not sure what it is, take a look at my notes from the initial launch event back in March 2012; you should also check out their site (which includes a number of free lessons to sample!).

On May 17-18, LifeWay is hosting The Gospel Project Experience – a conference that will focus on the main events of the gospel through times of vibrant worship and engaging messages.

The purpose of The Gospel Project Experience is to walk participants through the entire gospel story (incarnation, life of Christ, death, resurrection, and second coming). J.D. Greear, David Nasser, Ed Stetzer, Trevin Wax and Ken Whitten will each speak on one of those five gospel themes. Matt Boswell will lead worship for the event.

For those who are currently using or considering LifeWay’s Gospel Project Bible study, there will be break-out sessions that help train and inform participants on how to get the most out of the Bible study. But even if you are not using The Gospel Project, you are invited to attend. The Experience will inspire you and your congregation to live out the implications of the gospel in your community.

So, the kind people at LifeWay are letting me give away two individual and two small group simulcast registrations—that’s four winners in total!

Enter to win using the handy dandy Punch Tab app on this post (RSS readers, you’re going to need to click through to see it) and answer the question:

How does your church create an environment of intentional discipleship?

The contest ends February 23 at 11:59:59 EST. Winners will be selected at random and notified via email.

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  • Dan Brubacher

    Our discipleship happens primarily through small groups, which are a key part of our philosophy from kids through adults.

  • Ben Thorp

    I’m not going to enter the competition, mostly because I don’t think I’d even be able to manage the simulcast :( However, we’re going through a process of trying to change the culture in our church to one much more of discipleship, and we’ve been helped in particular by the Lifeshapes materials that Mike Breen/3DM have developed. It’s not that they’re a magic formula, but more that they provide a simple, easy-to-remember framework to help people learn how to pass on what it is to be a disciple.

  • Cameron Fry

    At Harvest Bible Chapel Fort Wayne, the primary way for discipleship top down is also small groups.

  • Jason Tucker

    For discipleship we promote one on one and small group interaction.