7 day plan

Taking the Gospel to Many Nations

For the next seven days, we will be reading the Bible with Rev. Ignatius Bagoes Seta, a chaplain at Swinburne University, who works with international students. Together, we will reflect on ‘Taking the Gospel to Many Nations’. Rev. Ignatius says, “When Paul was imprisoned in Rome for the first time, around 60 AD, he met with some Jewish leaders from the city. He shared the gospel of the Kingdom of God, which focuses on Jesus Christ and his resurrection. However, some of them refused to accept it. In response, Paul conveyed to them, "I want you to know that God's salvation has been sent to the Gentiles, and they will listen!" (Acts 28:28). The Good News of Christ needs to be proclaimed to many nations in their respective languages because we know, "Salvation comes from the Lord" (Jonah 2:9).”