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After the resurrection, Jesus taught his disciples about God’s kingdom for forty days (Acts 1:3) and then he was “taken up” to heaven (Acts 1:2, 11). The cross and empty tomb are at the very heart of the gospel message proclaimed by Jesus’s followers throughout history (see 1 Corinthians 15:1–4). However, for many evangelical Christians and churches, Jesus’s ascension is simply an afterthought to Easter and Good Friday.
We believe church planters must see and preach Jesus’s ascension and exaltation with the firm confidence that this significant and climactic event in Jesus’s life really and truly matters. The ascension is of massive importance for understanding the gospel today.
This is why we are excited about the new West Porterbrook book series and encourage you to watch this video of Jonny Woodrow and Tim Chester talk about their new work on the Ascension.
May 1st, 2013 | from Acts 29 Europe