Sunday School

Created on June 14th, 2011
New People, New Classes

New People, New Classes

By Pamela Dilmore
“We're friendly. We always welcome visitors." Most people who attend Sunday school would say that they welcome new people. Sometimes new people will join the class because… read more
Teaching When You're the Expert

Teaching When You're the Expert

By Robert A. Ratcliff
One of my professors in seminary provided the best definition I’ve ever heard of an “expert”: a fool fifty miles from home. Regardless of how far you are from… read more
Some say that Sunday School is dead; But I say…

Some say that Sunday School is dead; But I say…

By Margaret Ann Crain
When I was thirteen years old I refused to go back to Sunday School. “I'm never going to go to that class again,” I announced to my parents with all the… read more
1 A Law-Observant Mission to Gentiles

1 A Law-Observant Mission to Gentiles

From Theological Issues in the Letters of Paul
1A Law-Observant Mission to Gentiles A Widely Accepted Portrait of Early Christian Missions That the early church was passionately evangelistic is clear to every reader of the…
Empowering Christians through Biblical Literacy

Empowering Christians through Biblical Literacy

By Bromleigh McCleneghan
“I was watching Joel Osteen the other day, and he said that the Bible says [Controversial Topic A] is wrong. But, we’ve talked about things differently here…… read more
5 Bible Study Methods in Small Groups

5 Bible Study Methods in Small Groups

From Using the Bible in Groups
5 Bible Study Methods in Small Groups Study Methods 1. Discovery Bible study 2. Chapter study 3. Book study 4. Thematic or topical study 5. Word study 6. Biographical study …
INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

From The New Interpreter's Bible
INTRODUCTION R omans is neither a systematic theology nor a summary of Pauls lifework, but it is by common consent his masterpiece. It dwarfs most of his other writings, an…