Mike Reeves on Trinity, Gospel and Church


A TRINITARIAN GOSPEL from Evangelical Alliance on Vimeo.

That's a short video of Mike Reeves, author of The Good God and head of theology for UCCF speaking about the importance of the Trinity in our presentation of the Gospel as part of the Evangelical Alliance's 'Confidence in the Gospel' initiative. And if you want to know more, and grow in your delight in the Trinity, then Mike's book, The Good God: Enjoying Father, Son and Spirit, is a good place to start.

What's more, if you're in this part of the country, Mike Reeves will be in Leeds next week, along with David Meredith, to speak on the theme of 'What does the Church have to do with the Trinity?: Working out the Implications for Today' at the Yorkshire Evangelical Ministry Assembly, being held at City Evangelical Church. There's a free evening on Wednesday 23rd January at 7:30pm and the conference (for which you can book a place here) is being held during the day on Thursday 24th. For more info, visit the Yorkshire Gospel Partnership site.

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