321 - The Good News


The Good News in 321

321 is one of the simplest means of explaining why Christians call the gospel "Good News" to every person who has ever been born.

In just 3 sessions, the following topics are explained:
1. Who is God and What Sort of God is He? - https://vimeo.com/62068417
2. If God is loving and all-powerful, why is there so much pain & suffering in the world? - https://vimeo.com/62709127
3. How can we have unity and peace with God? - https://vimeo.com/64559332


Click here to watch all three video sessions explaining the good news of Jesus.


If English is not your first language, click the following links to hear a summary of 321 in other languages.

French
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJxbDDZXOGk

Arabic
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GZUZnd3_v6I

Chinese
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mOv-ncafaFk

Czech
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ln-7gN8D5Oc

Turkish
http://kutsalkitap.wistia.com/medias/8tfep7pt7z

Spanish (Subtitles Only)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U3TC03kQ_Do


The 321 Course Events


We did run 321 as an interactive course in September 2016 and will do so again in 2017 (Dates and location yet to be set).

These one hour sessions are designed for you to hear the claims of Christianity and make up your own mind. As you will see the preview video below, the claims of Christianity, if they are true, are of great importance to everyone. For that reason, if you've never investigated the claims of Christianity for yourself before, this could be the opportunity you've been looking for. You may agree or disagree but at least you'll have made up your own mind based on a clear summary of what Christians believe.

The sessions will be informal with be tea, coffee and cake. There will be a 15 minute video presentation each week and discussion around tables. There will also be opportunity to ask any questions you have about the Christian faith. During discussion time and questions, just be yourself. It's perfectly ok to ask hard questions or to disagree with the material presented. These events aren't to tell you what to believe but give you an opportunity to explore and examine for yourself why Christians call the news about Jesus Christ the good news.