Gospel Fluency for Our Neighbors - Saturate

Gospel Fluency for Our Neighbors

Speaking the Good News of Jesus in this Cultural Moment


This year has presented many opportunities to speak of Jesus with our friends and neighbors. After all we’ve gone through, our neighbors’ needs and emotions create space to enter into their real experiences and point them to the truth of Jesus.

One of the best ways to begin speaking of Jesus with those who don’t know Him is by asking careful questions. With the help of the Spirit, we can listen to their longings and share how Jesus truly is good news for the specific needs and emotions they are facing.

Nobody wants the good news of Jesus unless they know they need Jesus. The gift of a difficult season is the way it helps to reveal our true needs that ultimately are only met and satisfied by Jesus.

We hope this mini-series helps equip you to have gospel conversations in the everyday stuff of life. Who in your life needs to know of the way Jesus is good news for their fear and sadness?

As Holy Week approaches we encourage you to share these videos and invite those in your life to reach out to continue the conversation about Jesus.

Want to grow in gospel fluency? Do you desire to see your community speak the truths of Jesus into the everyday stuff of life?

Activate your Saturate Membership free trial now and get access to resources designed to help you see how everything in our lives, from the mundane to the magnificent, is transformed by the hope of the gospel.

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Jeff Vanderstelt

Author Jeff Vanderstelt

As the visionary leader of Saturate and the Soma Family of Churches, Jeff Vanderstelt gets to spend his days doing what he loves—training disciples of Jesus to make more disciples of Jesus and equipping the Church in the gospel and missional living. Additionally, Jeff is on the leadership team of Saturate the Sound, a local church collective focused on gospel saturation in the Puget Sound. Jeff has authored Saturate, Gospel Fluency, and Making Space. He and Jayne, his wife, have three children: Haylee, Caleb, and Maggie. Connect with Jeff at his website www.jeffvanderstelt.com or on twitter @JeffVanderstelt.

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