We at The Gospel Church are passionate about making disciples of Jesus to reach Nashville and the nations. As a part of that effort, we are excited to announce a new ministry event called Faith Applied. Faith Applied will be a once monthly discussion that is led by our staff and community partners. These discussions will dive into various aspects of our faith and help us understand what it means to not only know the gospel, but “live a life worthy of the Gospel” (Phil. 1:27).

Race and The Gospel – November 22nd, 2020

  • What is racism and why is it still a problem in society today?
  • How do we celebrate our ethnic and cultural differences in the Church?
  • How should the Church respond to racism and how does that help proclaim the Gospel?

Join Donovan and Trey as they have a conversation with Trillia Newbell, author of several books including United: Captured by God’s Vision for Diversity and Acquistions Editor at Moody Publisher, about race and the Gospel.

Faith, Politics, and Unity – October 18th, 2020

  • How does our faith inform our political thoughts, opinions, and actions?
  • How can Christians remain united in the midst of such a divisive culture?

We are joined by Dr. Andrew Walker, professor of Christian Ethics at Southern Seminary, to discuss these questions and more.

Biblical Hospitality – September 20th, 2020

  • What is “biblical hospitality” and how does it differ from the world’s definition of hospitality?
  • How does showing biblical hospitality open the door to having Gospel centered conversations?
  • How can I practice biblical hospitality?

Listen in as Donovan Jordan and Trey Powell discuss these questions and more with Kay Eaves, our local partner who ministers to international students on college campuses in the Nashville area.