Resources do not replace study and preparation. Instead, they provide a launching pad.
Decades ago, Assistant Superintendent Darrel Johns said, “You are never any better than your resources.”
That truth has not changed. Here there are resources for:
Marriage - Beating the Marriage Busters (7 Lessons with Handouts)
Parenting - Bible Parenting (7 Lessons with Handouts)
Booklet for Converts - Ten - Your First Ten Days
Foundations for Converts - Take Root Teacher and Student (10 lessons)
Christian Responsibilities - Bear Fruit Teacher and Student (11 lessons)
Evangelistic Bible Study - What the Bible Says . . . (7 lessons with Handouts)
Personal Devotion (#1 in Keep it Simple Saints)
Understanding and application of the Lord’s Supper - Until He Comes (4 lessons and 4 sermons on communion)
Fitly Framed - Mature believers and converts need to learn where they fit in the body of Christ. This is a digital download.
If Everybody Here, Were Just Like Me . . . (What Kind of Church Would this Church Be)? Teachable content on what Jesus sees as important? Which is not the common measures of buildings, bodies, and bucks.
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Personal Devotion - Keep It Simple Saints
Do those you influence know how to have a personal devotion? I was raised on church pews, but nobody taught me how to have a devotion. These chapters provide a series of lessons that I taught in two different pastorates.
Family Issues - Beating the Marriage Busters
My favorite class group ever was a young married's class. These seven lessons go behind the scenes to consider what happened in various Bible marriages. The lessons are intended to be interactive, with as much discussion as can be engendered. Our group sat in a circle until we had so many students that we needed two circles. Pastors, repeatedly tell me how much this has helped them.
Family Issues - Biblical Parenting
The same group referenced above was taught this material. These lessons consider the interaction between parent and child. Imagine the family dynamic where the parents played favorites (Issac and Rebekah). Consider a parent whose rules were too stringent (Saul telling Israel to fast in wartime.) This is good stuff.
Until He Comes
Communion is one of the things Jesus left for the church to do, "Until He Comes." While communion is practiced, is it well understood? Is communion as spiritually impacting as it might be? Written from an Apostolic perspective, this book is good for all who want to know more about communion.
What The Bible Says . . .
What the Bible Says . . . is a topical Bible Study designed for evangelism. The seven lessons address key topics that will help others to be saved. The student handouts and student worksheets can be duplicated at no additional cost.
Take Root Teacher Manual
Take Root is step one in disciple-making. Used by Apostolic churches all over the world - it includes teacher and student material.
Lessons include relationships with one's church, pastor, the nature of God, baptism and so much more. An accompanying student booklet is required to best serve your students.
Bear Fruit Teacher Manual
Bear Fruit is step two in disciple-making. Lessons teach a believer about Christian responsibilities. This has been used by hundreds of churches all over the world. A student handbook is also available.
Fitly Framed Digital Download
The New Testament church has no appendix. Every person is to fulfill a designated role of service. Fitly Framed is a digital resource with the lessons and tests to help every person/new convert find their motivational gifts and to find their place of service in the body of Christ
If Everybody Here Were Just Like Me. . . (What Kind of Church Would this Church Be)
What is the measure of a great church? The Bible gives some clear answers. But are we using the same measure Christ uses? This content and application are church-changing. I've taught this in my last two pastorates. With these concepts as the focus, the church moved forward in ways God blessed.
Have we set a Bible-based level of expectation? What if each person in your church were just like you? Would it be a strong church?