Our gospel-centrality entails not only treasuring the gospel personally but sharing it passionately. The risen Christ commissioned His church to make disciples of all nations (Matthew 28:18–20). We believe that commission falls to us and to all believers and that it is fulfilled in a primary way through church planting, whereby the gospel is proclaimed and converts are formed into communities of disciples (Acts 2:21–47; 14:23). We are eager to pursue this mission, relying fully on the Holy Spirit, to see the gospel proclaimed and churches planted throughout the world, that God may be glorified among every tribe, language, people, and nation (Revelation 7:9–12).
God made two distinct genders when He created people: men and women. Why? Aren’t men and women essentially the same?
We believe that the gospel—the good news of God’s saving activity in Jesus Christ—is the pinnacle of His redemptive acts …
God’s work among His people today is seen through the Holy Spirit working to bring salvation, sanctification, and other fruit toward godliness, including His spiritual gifts, which build up the church and bring glory to Jesus.
At Emmaus Road Church, what exactly do we mean when we say we are reformed and why does it matter for our lives and view of God?