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4 10 Why The Story? An introduction... Video: The Story

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7 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 16 7 A whole new way of living, thinking, seeing, speaking, and worshipping.

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8 17-20 1. The bible is one big story. 2. The story has a plot line (Creation, Fall, Rescue, Restoration) 3. The theme of this story is God’s grace : Jesus’ rescue of sinners and redemption of the world. 4. We are all participants in this ongoing story.

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9 18-20 God is the Main Character. Video: J. D. Greear Lead Pastor, The Summit Church

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10 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 21-22 10 Do you believe the world has lost its story? This lack of context is the ever-increasing reality we must address to make sense of the story we are in. We are part of a growing generation who knows little of the Bible.

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11 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 22 11 Propositional truths of the Bible... Video: Lord of the Rings

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13 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 23 13 The Importance of the Whole Story Video: Alvin Reid Professor of Evangelism & Student Ministry (SEBTS)

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14 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 24 14 With biblical literacy on the decline, it is our desire to put the message of salvation into the context of a larger story .

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16 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 27-29 16 1. Stage 1— Exposition 2. Stage 2— Rising Action 3. Stage 3— Climax 4. Stage 4— Resolution Exposition— The Creation Rising Action — The Fall Climax — The Rescue Resoution — The Restoration The Bible is one big, complete story, which can be referred to as a metanarrative .

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17 Hand Motions Video: Jerry McCorkle President, Spread Truth Ministries SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 29 17

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19 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 30-34 19 The Gospel in the Whole Story Video: George Robinson Assistant Professor of Missions & Evangelism (SEBTS)

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20 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 35-36 20 From these questions and the answers we patchtogether for ourselves, we form our notions of God and of the meaning of life. This is,in one word, our worldview .

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21 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 37 21 But there is also a need to see how all those doctrines and stories fit together as one bigger story .

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22 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 37-41 22 Your part in the story. Video: David Platt Senior Pastor, The Church at Brook Hills Author of “Radical”

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25 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 44 25 The Creation Video: Scott Thomas President, Acts 29 Network

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26 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 44 26 Page by page as the story unfolds, we begin to see that God’s story is the framework of history .

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27 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 45-47 27 God is the main character of this story. God is eternal . God is the Creator of everything . God is the King and Sovereign Ruler of all. God is the holy and righteous Judge of every created thing. God is love .

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28 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 48 28 All of creation was made for one specific purpose: to glorify God .

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30 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 50 30 They were made in His image ... were commissioned to govern God’s creation ... and were designed to be fruitful and fill the Earth with worshippers .

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31 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 51 31 Everything God created worked together perfectly —just the way it was supposed to.

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32 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 52 32 At the beginning, Adam and Eve were in perfect harmony with: 1. God 2. Creation 3. Each Other

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33 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 53-57 33 Adam and Eve and their offspring would fill the Earth with people who would worship and obey their wonderful Creator forever in perfect shalom (peace).

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36 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 60 36 The Fall Video: Jerome Gay Lead Pastor, Vision Church

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40 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 61-62 40 This single rule would test their loyalty and trust in God the Creator. In rebellion , Adam and Eve decided that they, not God, would become the determiners of what is right and what is wrong.

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41 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 63-66 41 Adam and Eve’s relationship with God was drastically altered due to their choice; … This was man’s first try at religion : Creation itself is weighed down by the Fall.

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42 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 67 42 The Fall devastated harmony between people. spiritually – disconnected from God physically - disease socially – conflicts in families & marriages emotionally – skyrocketing need for anti-anxiety & anti-depressant medications morally - overflowing prison system

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43 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 68-69 43 The consequence of our rebellion is the same as Adam and Eve’s: an eternal separation from God .

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45 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 71-75 45 The grand purpose God had for man was replaced with idolatry.

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48 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 78 48 The Rescue Video: David Platt Senior Pastor, The Church at Brook Hills Author of “Radical”

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53 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 80 53 God’s rescue plan was set in motion with His first words to Adam and Eve after their rebellious act in the Garden. With the question, “ Where are you ?”…

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54 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 81-82 54 Sin had to be dealt with for its penalty required payment from the sinner; it required death (Rom. 6:23).

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56 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 83-87 56 Jesus lived a sinless life and perfectly fulfilled the Law of God . Jesus willingly, obediently, and sufficiently suffered and died on the cross for our sin. Jesus’ death was the substitutionary atonement for our sin. Jesus arose from the dead on the third day. Jesus returned to His Father forty days later.

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57 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 88-90 57 We are in desperate need for our sin to be removed so that we can be reconciled unto God. We must by God’s help turn from sin and put our trust in Jesus as our only hope of rescue.

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58 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 91-95 58 Jesus sets us free to once again worship and obey God.

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61 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 98 61 The Restoration Video: Elliot Grudem Network Coordinator, Acts 29 Network

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63 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 100 63 God will make all things new, and He will take us to be with Him forever.

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64 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 101 64 Restored spiritually Restored physically Restored socially Restored emotionally Restored morally

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65 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 102 65 God has promised a new Heaven and a new Earth .

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66 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 103-105 66 We will live in perfect harmony and intimacy with the One who created us, loved us, and died for us. We will be forever with God. We will see Jesus face to face .

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68 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 107-111 68 A multitude of worshippers who joyfully obey God.

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72 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 116 72 Not only that, we will long for others to find their purpose and meaning in God’s story too— and we’ll begin to invite others to join us in His story.

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73 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 116 73 The Story in Evangelism Training Video: J. D. Greear Lead Pastor, The Summit Church

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74 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 117-118 74 We are participants in the story God is telling. We just need to be good storytellers .

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75 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 118-119 75 The Good Story Video: Alvin Reid Professor of Evangelism & Student Ministry (SEBTS)

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76 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 120-121 76 It’s important to understand the difference between a Gospel presentation . . . and a Gospel conversation . …we can become detached from God’s storyline. A Gospel conversation requires a level of vulnerability …

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77 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 122-123 77 …we must be mindful of a major obstacle that has grown in recent times. One of the greatest obstacles to telling and inviting others to the rescue is our attitude . We see ourselves as having the answers . The truth is that everyone bears God’s image, believer and nonbeliever alike. Our approach toward everyone should be of loving curiosity to discover the way that they distinctly reflect our Creator.

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78 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 124-128 78 The Creation: God’s image is perfect . The Fall: God’s image is broken . The ability to love and care . The ability to make moral choices . The ability to create . The Rescue: God’s image is being renewed . The Restoration: God’s image is perfected .

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79 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 128-130 79 All people need encouragement . It will give people a sense of significance and purpose . Jesus affirmed the image of God in people.

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80 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 131 80 But most of the time, Gospel conversations are ongoing, carried on in the midst of relationships … Many people feel overwhelmed with the sheer number of people who are lost in their sins. So let’s take our perspective down a few notches and think of the network of people we already know...

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81 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 131-132 81 These people are to become your Extended Family . It is important in this step not to be selective …

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82 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 133 82 1. Kinship 2. Friendship 3. Associates Identify 8 to 15 people you will actively share God’s story with.What is important is for you to be intentional so you can become engaged in their lives.

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83 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 134-135 83 We are to mimic God : … We must be prepared to share all of ourselves—especially the broken places . Our broken, weak places are a platform on which we can proclaim the sufficiency of Christ.

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84 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 136-137 84 This is the mindset you’ll need as you cultivate… Do you see yourself as a participant in the story God is telling? Do you see yourself as a unique creation ? Do you trust the circumstances of your life to God’s control and help?

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85 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 138-139 85 What we focus on is what we will think about, and this is what we will live out in daily experience. We need to feast on God’s story so that we know it, live it, and share it.

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87 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 140-143 87 Sharing God’s Story Video: Jerome Gay Lead Pastor, Vision Church

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88 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 144 88 Hand Motions Video: Jerry McCorkle President, Spread Truth Ministries

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91 SLIDE # GUIDE PAGE(S) 144 91 Where the Gospel meets our Worldview Video: George Robinson Assistant Professor of Missions & Evangelism (SEBTS)

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