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Gospel Literature Outreach exists to serve God by bringing the gospel to Europe and encouraging Christians to be a witness in the world through Evangelising, Establishing, Resourcing and Training. read more . . .

2017 Summer Team Programme

We are giving God thanks for the lives touched by the 2016 Summer Team programme and now it is time to look forward to the Mission Team Programme for 2017.

We are returning to many of the new 2016 locations in Belgium, Italy & UK and new for this year is helping out Mumbles Church in Swansea, kids camp work in Palowice and a new location, Potenza in Italy. If you would like to know more about one of these teams, or any of the other locations, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Have a look at the programme and decide which team you would like to be a part of!

2017 Mini Bible School

REAFFIRMING 'Sola Scriptura' GOD'S WORD IS TRUTH

Tuesday 17 January & Thursday 19 January

7.30 - 9.30 pm

Registration: £5

Tilsley Auditorium, GLO Centre, Motherwell

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Tuesday's speakers are Stephen McQuoid, the General Director of GLO, on the subject, 'What is Scripture' and Simon Marshall, the Principal of Tilsley College, with the subject, 'Why Should the Bible be Important to me?'. On the Thursday evening we welcome Peter Williams, the warden of Tyndale House, he will be lecturing on 'Can I Really Trust the Bible?'.

The whole of Europe was rocked 500 years ago by an event which has now become known as the Reformation. It was a genuinely game changing event that has shaped the modern Europe and arguably the world. During this period of great religious and theological activity one expression that became popular was SOLA SCRIPTURA which is Latin for by scripture alone. It was the belief of the Reformers that the Bible was the sole infallible rule for faith and practice.

A great deal has changed since 1517 and today the Bible is under threat from a whole variety of different angles. It has to compete with many other religious texts in our pluralist culture, it is critiqued and undermined by an often sceptical academy and increasingly it is being marginalised by some Christians who prefer to lean more towards experience than scripture. In this year’s Mini Bible School we want to remind ourselves of the importance of Sola Scriptura, to assert the importance of the Bible in the life of the church and of believers and also to defend its reputation.

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