Four Synergistic Streams of Change
Gospel training for pastors and church leaders intensifies their desire to study God’s Word and elevates expositional preaching as the normative means by which God transforms his people. Gospel training for reverent women equips them to teach sound doctrine to younger women.
Gospel training within churches bears fruit and God’s people begin to encourage one another, to
financially support their pastors, to invest in the training of new leaders, and to spread the gospel at home and abroad.
Training in sound doctrine motivates husbands and wives to mirror the gospel in their relationships and to nurture their children in the Lord. The fruit of the Spirit will be seen as men work with their own hands to provide for their family, as women live reverently and together they care for their aging parents, provide for widows, and adopt orphans.
Christians who begin to grasp the implications of the gospel seek to live every aspect of their lives to the glory of the God who rescued them. These transformed people effect visible changes in industry, entrepreneurship, and stewardship of natural resources.