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The Gospel Means Good News!

The word gospel literally means “good news” and occurs 93 times in the Bible, exclusively in the New Testament. In Greek, it is the word euaggelion, from which we get our English words evangelistevangel, and evangelical. The gospel is, broadly speaking, the whole of Scripture; more narrowly, the gospel is the good news concerning Christ and the way of salvation!

The key to understanding the gospel is to know why it’s good news. To do that, we must start with the bad news. The Old Testament Law was given to Israel during the time of Moses (Deuteronomy 5:1). The Law can be thought of as a measuring stick, and sin is anything that falls short of “perfect” according to that standard.  Read more…

Featured Audio Recordings

The Contrasts in Gethsemane

Studies in John's Gospel
Sandy Higgins
Bible Teaching

The Choices at Gabbatha

Studies in John's Gospel
Sandy Higgins
Bible Teaching

The Crucifixion at Golgatha

Studies in John's Gospel
Sandy Higgins
Bible Teaching

The Conqueror in the Garden

Studies in John's Gospel
Sandy Higgins
Bible Teaching

The Compassion in Galilee

Studies in John's Gospel
Sandy Higgins
Bible Teaching

God’s Sovereignty

Attributes of God
Stephen Vance
Teaching

God’s Love

Attributes of God
Stephen Vance
Teaching

God’s Holiness

Attributes of God
Stephen Vance
Teaching

God’s Faithfulness

Attributes of God
Stephen Vance
Teaching

God’s Advocacy

Attributes of God
Stephen Vance
Teaching

God’s Glory

Attributes of God
Stephen Vance
Teaching

Latest News

Bible Teaching – Sandy Higgins

Langley Christian Assembly is pleased to announce a special series of meetings with bible teacher Sandy Higgins. April 29 - May 3, 2019  Monday…

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Worship: Special Invitation

Join us for a presentation (teaching meeting) on the subject of Worship by visiting guest speaker Andrew Mellish. Wednesday, January 16th. Prayer Meeting 7:00-7:30…

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Coming to Visit?

First time visitor to Langley Gospel Hall? You are warmly welcomed to attend any of our scheduled meetings & programs. We would recommend you join us at 11:00 am Sunday for a cup of coffee and to meet some of our members socially. Read More…

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