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Title Adult Bible Studies Fall 2017 Teacher
Author Anonim
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2017-06-20
Category Religion
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781501830549
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Fall theme: Covenants With God Genesis | Exodus | Numbers | 1 Samuel | 2 Samuel | Nehemiah | Jeremiah | Ezekiel | 1 Corinthians | Titus This fall, lessons in Adult Bible Studies follow the theme, "Covenants With God," and consider the major covenants God made with people on behalf of the earth and the human community. Beginning with Noah, God promised benevolence toward creation. God made similar commitments with Abram, Phinehas, and Ezekiel. Ultimately, the covenant forms the foundation for the coming Messiah and salvation for the world. The student book writer is Rosanne Osborne. The writer for the teacher book is Tim Bryan. Signs of God's Covenants The four lessons in this unit, drawn from Genesis and Ezekiel, celebrate four signs of God's covenant. Promising to renew the cycle of seasons, God created the rainbow as a permanent reminder of the covenant with every living thing. Circumcision was the sign of the covenant with Abraham, and the sabbath was the sign of the covenant with Israel at Mount Sinai. The last sign is the Spirit-filled heart. Called Into Covenant With God This five-lesson unit looks at the images of the reign of the resurrected Christ from the Letter to the Hebrews. These lessons help us understand Jesus as the imprint of God, the owner of a household, the great high priest, a priest forever, and the pioneer and perfecter of our faith. An Everlasting Covenant The final unit this quarter develops four lessons, drawn from Numbers, 1 Samuel, Jeremiah, Hebrews, and 1 Corinthians. These lessons examine the components of the covenant God made with the priest, Phinehas, and the divine promise to Israel through the prophet Jeremiah. The unconditional divine promises were to maintain a perpetual priesthood, forgive the unfaithful, and establish a new covenant with Israel. God sealed this covenant of pure grace through Christ as mediator and by writing the Law in the hearts of God's people. Developed for use with the student book based on the Uniform Series, this leader resource provides a wealth of information, planning ideas, and lesson guides for each of the 13 lessons in the quarter. This resource includes detailed study of the biblical text, suggestions for developing lessons, teaching options, maps, and charts. It features articles that explore biblical themes related to the passages studied in the lessons. Available in regular print, as a downloadable file or an eBook. Free Extras! All found at www.adultbiblestudies.com Supplemental Resources Free supplemental resources related to each lesson enhance teacher preparation and small group participation. Current Events Supplement The free Current Events Supplement offers a way to connect each week's lesson to a timely event or topic in the news. The supplements can enhance all resources using the Uniform Series. Register for the Forums at www.adultbiblestudies.com Bold, and you can post and read comments about the lessons from other readers.

Title Adult Bible Studies Winter 2017 2018 Teacher
Author Anonim
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2017-09-19
Category Religion
Total Pages 141
ISBN 9781501830563
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Winter theme: Faith in Action Daniel | Matthew | Acts | Ephesians | Colossians | 1 Timothy | James This winter, our lessons explore the twofold nature of faith as belief and action. Selections from Acts show various examples of proclaiming faith in Christ. In the Book of Daniel, we see faith in action as sincere, obedient, bold, and strong. The lessons from several epistles show how our actions as individuals and as communities demonstrate our faith in Christ. The student book writer is Chuck Aaron. The writer for the teacher book is Martha Myre. The Early Church Proclaims Faith in Christ The five lessons in this unit reveal what the early Christian leaders proclaimed about living our faith in Christ. The sessions in Acts report several examples of social welfare ministry and evangelism in spite of opposition. Ephesians teaches about faith that leads to unity in the body of Christ. The Christmas lesson gives an account of the wise men who faithfully searched for the newborn King of the Jews. A Living Faith in God The four lessons in this unit explore faith in action from the Book of Daniel. These lessons provide models for ways to actively engage in behaviors that demonstrate sincerity, obedience, boldness, and strength of faith. Self-Controlled, Upright, and Godly Faith This unit offers four lessons that look at passages from Acts, James, and First Timothy, providing specific examples of faith as belief and action. James teaches that faith without works is dead. The lesson from First Timothy offers instructions about leading others in a life of faith. Developed for use with the student book based on the Uniform Series, this leader resource provides a wealth of information, planning ideas, and lesson guides for each of the 13 lessons in the quarter. This resource includes detailed study of the biblical text, suggestions for developing lessons, teaching options, maps, and charts. It features articles that explore biblical themes related to the passages studied in the lessons. Available in regular print, as a downloadable file or an eBook. Free Extras! All found at www.adultbiblestudies.com Current Events Supplement The free Current Events Supplement offers a way to connect each week's lesson to a timely event or topic in the news. The supplements can enhance all resources using the Uniform Series. Register for the Forums at www.adultbiblestudies.com Bold, and you can post and read comments about the lessons from other readers.

Title Adult Bible Studies Winter 2019 2020 Teacher
Author Anonim
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2019-10-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 149
ISBN 9781501869310
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As the result of your feedback, beginning with the winter quarter (December-February) and continuing with the spring (March-May), we will post each lesson’s Focal Bible Passages from the Common English Bible (CEB) on www.adultbiblestudies.com for easy downloading. It will also be linked in the AdultBibleStudies.com Newsletter each week. Beginning with the summer quarter (June-August), the Focal Passages will again appear in print in both the Student and Teacher books. We will mostly use the CEB version of the text, while sometimes including the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) when it will better help students engage and appreciate the biblical texts. Winter Theme: Promise Genesis | Hebrews | Isaiah|Matthew | Acts | Ruth | 2 Samuel | Jeremiah | Exodus This winter, our lessons support the theme of "Promise." The teacher book writer is Von Unruh. Hope The five lessons in this unit center on one of the things promise gives us: hope. Hope––the expectation that, regardless of what is happening in the present, God has a good future for us––is an underlying and uniting theme in these lessons. Lesson 1 follows Abraham, who left his homeland and moved to Canaan, trusting that God had something good ahead for him. Lesson 2 recalls how Abraham's trust that God was going to give him a place as an inheritance motivated him to make the move. Lesson 3, based on one of the servant songs from Isaiah, speaks of the hope of a servant who "will bring justice to the nations" (Isaiah 42:1). Lesson 4 focuses on the angel's announcement to Joseph that Mary would bear God's Son, declaring that Jesus is the fulfillment of "God with us." Lesson 5 looks at Jesus' final words to his disciples before ascending into heaven, planting in them the hope of the Holy Spirit's coming and the reality of Spirit-filled living. Spiritual Practice: Scripture Covenants: The Basis for Committed Relationships The four lessons in this unit focus on covenants and the promises they include. God's covenant with Abram, Ruth's covenant with Naomi, God's covenant with David, and God's new covenant announced through Jeremiah and extended to us remind us of God's faithfulness in keeping promises. Spiritual Practice: Anam Cara (Soul Friend) Holiness Expressed The four lessons in this unit call us to live into the promise God gives us to be holy people. Holiness, a primary attribute of God, is also present in the world God has created; these lessons invite us to look at holiness in four of the ways in which it is expressed: holy place, holy presence, holy people, and holy purpose. Spiritual Practice: Works of Justice Both supplementary and complementary to the Adult Bible Studies student book, the teacher book provides small-group leaders, teachers, and facilitators with additional biblical background and exposition and suggestions for guiding group discussion. Now, in response to feedback, we are introducing new features and benefits for teachers, and their students including: A comprehensive Bible study plan with more flexibility in terms of Scripture selection and topics. Additional information, as well as suggestions, designed to help leaders and facilitators lead with confidence. Observation of the church seasons, including Advent and Lent. Suggestions for developing spiritual practices (prayer, confession, worship, mindfulness, solitude, community, hospitality, neighboring, service, and celebration). One font size in the student edition to accommodate all readers. No printed Scripture text allowing you to choose your own Bible translation. Visit AdultBibleStudies.com and sign up for the FREE weekly newsletter to automatically receive the FREE Current Events Supplement and other information about these resources and more!

Title Adult Bible Studies Summer 2017 Student Large Print
Author Derrick, Barbara A.
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2017-03-21
Category Religion
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781501829536
Language English, Spanish, and French
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SUMMER THEME: God's Urgent Call Exodus| Judges | Isaiah | Jeremiah | Ezekiel | Amos | Amos This summer, lessons in Adult Bible Studies follow the theme, "God&'s Urgent Call."; This theme reminds us that God continues to speak to us through the written Word. God calls ordinary people from diverse backgrounds to make a difference. From the days of the judges to the prophets to the early church leaders, God called, and the faithful answered. The student book writer is Barbara Derrick. The writer for the teacher book is Gary Thompson. Called to Be Strong The first four lessons this quarter introduce the era of the judges. The Book of Judges continues the history of Israel after Joshua's death. God raised up a series of national leaders called judges. Empowered by God, judges delivered the people from their enemies. Calling of Prophets The five lessons in this quarter's second unit look at how God called various prophets at different times for specific purposes. Included in this unit are the calls and responses of Moses, Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, and Amos. Calls in the New Testament The final four lessons this quarter demonstrate that God continued to work through ordinary people. Their witness reminded the early church that God assures the success of those who will answer God's call. The unit highlights the calls of Stephen, Peter, Philip, Ananias, and Paul. Hundreds of thousands of students and teachers use Adult Bible Studies each week in Sunday school classes, mid-week Bible studies, and other small group settings. Bible-based and Christ-focused, it is an approved resource by the General Board of Discipleship of the United Methodist Church. It is published quarterly. Each week's lesson features: A purpose statement offering focus and direction for the lesson. Printed biblical text from The Common English Bible. Reliable and relevant biblical explanation and application A closing prayer, guiding personal commitment. Free Extras! All found at AdultBibleStudies.com Supplemental Resources Free supplemental resources related to each lesson enhance teacher preparation and small group participation. Current Events Supplement The free Current Events Supplement offers a way to connect each week's lesson to a timely event or topic in the news. The supplements can enhance all resources using the Uniform Series. Register for the Forums at AdultBibleStudies.com, and you can post and read comments about the lessons from other readers.

Title Bible Lessons for Youth Fall 2020 Leader
Author Lara Blackwood Pickrel
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2020-07-21
Category Religion
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781501895074
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This trusted curriculum has been refreshed, while keeping everything you love about the resource. Bible Lessons for Youth is a curriculum that helps teens apply the Bible to their real-life. Its teacher-friendly format is built around a step-by-step sequence with thought-provoking activities designed to help youth understand Scripture and apply it to their individual experiences. Each session is broken up into small segments that are designed to make teaching Bible Lessons for Youth easy. The student book is reproduced as the center piece of each session in the leader guide and is surrounded by the minute-by-minute teaching plans printed in the margin. The instructions are provided for student book activities, discussion questions, illustrative games and short drama skits. Complete Scripture texts are printed in all books. (No need to pause while everyone hunts for the appropriate verse.) At any time during the quarter you can refer back to the convenient Overview section found at the front of the guide. Each unit also focuses on a particular spiritual discipline to deepen the faith journey of your students and further information on each can be found on the Spiritual Disciplines page in the leader guide. Format Each lesson is divided into five activities. ENGAGE invites students into the lesson, SCRIPTURE focuses on the Bible passage for the week, FOCUS encourages teens to reflect on the passage, and CONNECT inspires students to deepen their understanding of the Scripture's meaning. Finally, each lesson ends with PRACTICE, where students utilize a spiritual discipline to apply the lesson to their lives. Key Verse Taken from the passage printed in the student book, this verse can be used to emphasize Scripture memorization in your class. Take-Away This is the basic point of the lesson and is summed up in a short sentence. It’s the big idea you want your teens to grasp from each week’s session. Bible Lesson For easy access, the Scripture passage your class or group will explore is taken from the Common English Bible. Each lesson contains an optional activity focused on the Wesleyan tradition.

Title Adult Bible Studies Winter 2019 2020 Student
Author Anonim
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2019-10-15
Category Religion
Total Pages 75
ISBN 9781501869280
Language English, Spanish, and French
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As the result of your feedback, beginning with the winter quarter (December-February) and continuing with the spring (March-May), we will post each lesson’s Focal Bible Passages from the Common English Bible (CEB) on www.adultbiblestudies.com for easy downloading. It will also be linked in the AdultBibleStudies.com Newsletter each week. Beginning with the summer quarter (June-August), the Focal Passages will again appear in print in both the Student and Teacher books. We will mostly use the CEB version of the text, while sometimes including the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) when it will better help students engage and appreciate the biblical texts. Winter Theme: Promise Genesis | Hebrews | Isaiah|Matthew | Acts | Ruth | 2 Samuel | Jeremiah | Exodus This winter, our lessons support the theme of "Promise." The writer of the student book lessons is Michelle Morris. Hope The five lessons in this unit center on one of the things promise gives us: hope. Hope––the expectation that, regardless of what is happening in the present, God has a good future for us––is an underlying and uniting theme in these lessons. Lesson 1 follows Abraham, who left his homeland and moved to Canaan, trusting that God had something good ahead for him. Lesson 2 recalls how Abraham's trust that God was going to give him a place as an inheritance motivated him to make the move. Lesson 3, based on one of the servant songs from Isaiah, speaks of the hope of a servant who "will bring justice to the nations" (Isaiah 42:1). Lesson 4 focuses on the angel's announcement to Joseph that Mary would bear God's Son, declaring that Jesus is the fulfillment of "God with us." Lesson 5 looks at Jesus' final words to his disciples before ascending into heaven, planting in them the hope of the Holy Spirit's coming and the reality of Spirit-filled living. Spiritual Practice: Scripture Covenants: The Basis for Committed Relationships The four lessons in this unit focus on covenants and the promises they include. God's covenant with Abram, Ruth's covenant with Naomi, God's covenant with David, and God's new covenant announced through Jeremiah and extended to us remind us of God's faithfulness in keeping promises. Spiritual Practice: Anam Cara (Soul Friend) Holiness Expressed The four lessons in this unit call us to live into the promise God gives us to be holy people. Holiness, a primary attribute of God, is also present in the world God has created; these lessons invite us to look at holiness in four of the ways in which it is expressed: holy place, holy presence, holy people, and holy purpose. Spiritual Practice: Works of Justice Published quarterly, each week's student book lesson features key verses, reliable and relevant biblical explanation and application, and more. Now, in response to feedback, we are introducing new features and benefits for students including: A comprehensive Bible study plan with more flexibility in terms of Scripture selection and topics. Observation of the church seasons, including Advent and Lent. Suggestions for developing spiritual practices (prayer, confession, worship, mindfulness, solitude, community, hospitality, neighboring, service, and celebration). One font size in the student edition to accommodate all readers. No printed Scripture text allowing you to choose your own Bible translation. Visit AdultBibleStudies.com and sign up for the FREE weekly newsletter to automatically receive the FREE Current Events Supplement and other information about these resources and more!

Title The Nitty Gritty of Teaching Adult Sunday School
Author Curtis Mosley
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-02-10
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 0692846670
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This is the "real life" manual on how to write and teach Sunday School lessons in four steps: 1. SEED (The biblical definition of the subject) 2. NEED (Why the topic should be learned) 3. FEED (Scriptural body of the lesson) 4. DEED (How to apply the lesson) It also includes 12 royalty-free lessons.

The Letter To The Hebrews by Jon C. Laansma

Title The Letter to the Hebrews
Author Jon C. Laansma
Publisher Wipf and Stock Publishers
Release Date 2017-07-10
Category Religion
Total Pages 378
ISBN 9781498293211
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The New Testament book of Hebrews offers some of the most memorable passages of Scripture on perseverance, faith, rest, the word of God, angels, divine discipline, salvation, the city of God, and Christ, Son and High Priest. Much of its text has spoken with remarkable directness to peoples of all nations down through the centuries. At other points it has remained a difficult argument, even, so it is said, a riddle. This is a commentary for those who want to follow what this book says--follow it both in terms of understanding it and living it. The book is divided into thirty-seven units and each unit is discussed in terms of literary context, background, wording, themes, and possible lines for teaching the text. The commentary is written for any adult reader, whether they already align with Hebrews' faith or are merely curious. It is a serious discussion, but also direct, to the point, and uncluttered by qualifications and technicalities. Whether you are self-studying or preparing to teach or lead discussion, this book is prepared for you.

Notes On Revelation by Joe B. Hewitt

Title Notes on Revelation
Author Joe B. Hewitt
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-12-04
Category
Total Pages 152
ISBN 1978348185
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This book is for Bible teachers, Sunday school teachers, and anyone who wants to study or teach in depth the Book of Revelation. It contains illustrations and other scriptures that pertain to the Revelation verses. Revelation is the unveiling of Christ. It is included in the Bible for a reason. God wants us to know the things written therein. If we study it, we can see the prophecies coming toward fulfillment After a successful career as a newspaper reporter, editor and publisher, Hewitt answered a call into the Gospel ministry. He finished a 4-year seminary degree at Bible Baptist Seminary in Arlington, Texas, in 3 years with 23 credits more than needed for graduation. At Dallas Baptist University, he earned a master's degree in Biblical Studies, a 4-year course in 2 calendar years. He pastored churches in the Dallas area 39 years and wrote curriculum for adult and youth teachers for Lifeway, publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention. During his years as a pastor, he taught the Book of Revelation several times, each time took two years of Wednesday evening Bible studies. He has written 4 nonfiction, religious books, and 4 novels.

Title Adult Bible Studies Summer 2020 Teacher
Author Gary Thompson
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2020-04-21
Category Religion
Total Pages 144
ISBN 9781501869419
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Beginning with the summer quarter, the focal Bible passages will again appear in print in both the student and teacher books. We will mostly use the Common English Bible (CEB) version of the text, while sometimes including the New Revised Standard Version (NRSV) when it will better help students engage and appreciate the biblical texts. Summer Theme: Community This summer, our lessons support the theme of "Community." The writer of the student book lessons is Robert Gardner; the teacher book writer is Martha Myre. A New Thing Spiritual Practice - Study Scripture - Deuteronomy 8:1-10 | 1 Kings 18:20-39 | 2 Kings 22:8-20 | Hosea 1:2-11 If you look at the texts of this unit in the sequence they are laid out over the four lessons, it may not be immediately apparent why the unit theme is "A New Thing.” While Lesson 1 presents God's charge to ancient Israel to keep the commandments, Lessons 2 and 3 focus on incidents brought about by the people failing to keep the commandments, and Lesson 3 adds the note of divine judgment. It's only when we get to Lesson 4 that the new creation theme emerges. But after the journey the first three lessons takes us through, the need for a fresh start is obvious, and the message of restoration that God announces through Hosea is most welcome. A New People Scripture - Jeremiah 23:1-8 | Daniel 1:8-17 | Daniel 3:19-30 |Nehemiah 9:9-17, 32-33 Spiritual Practice - Prayer While the Lord invites all to be people of God, the Old Testament is essentially the story of God's dealings with a specific group of people, the Israelites. The four lessons of this unit give us an opportunity to look at some key stories related to those dealings: God and the remnant, the community's connection to God, God's care for the people in a time of great stress, and how God's love for the people continued despite their unfaithfulness. All these stories have applications to us today, but we begin to learn about God's ways through biblical stories about God and the Israelites. A New Way of Life Scripture - Luke 19:1-10 | John 4:7-30, 39-42 | Luke 10:25-37 | Matthew 15:21-28 | Mark 5:1-20 Spiritual Practice - Hospitality The Bible passages in the five lessons of this unit are all intended to enlarge our understanding of the word neighbor. Four of the five are incidents that directly involve Jesus, and the fifth is a parable Jesus told expressly to show what it means to be a neighbor, the parable we call the parable of the good Samaritan. All these passages are important, for they elucidate Jesus' summary statement of one of the two most important commandments: "You must love your neighbor as you love yourself" (Matthew 22:39). Both supplementary and complementary to the Adult Bible Studies student book, the teacher book provides small-group leaders, teachers, and facilitators with additional biblical background and exposition and suggestions for guiding group discussion. Now, in response to feedback, we are introducing new features and benefits for teachers, and their students including: A comprehensive Bible study plan with more flexibility in terms of Scripture selection and topics. Additional information, as well as suggestions, designed to help leaders and facilitators lead with confidence. Observation of the church seasons, including Advent and Lent. Suggestions for developing spiritual practices (prayer, confession, worship, mindfulness, solitude, community, hospitality, neighboring, service, and celebration). Visit AdultBibleStudies.com and sign up for the FREE weekly newsletter to automatically receive the FREE Current Events Supplement and other information about these resources and more!

Synthetic Bible Studies by James M. Gray

Title Synthetic Bible Studies
Author James M. Gray
Publisher Bible Study Steps
Release Date 1930*
Category Religion
Total Pages 420
ISBN 9203456XXXX
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We are to engage in what is called the synthetic study of the Bible, which means, as we use the term, the study of the Bible as a whole, and each book of the Bible as a whole, and as seen in its relation to the other books. The word "synthesis" has the opposite meaning "analysis." When we analyze a subject we take it apart and consider it in its various elements, but when we synthesize it we put it together and consider it as a whole, which is what we are now about to do in a certain sense with the Word of God's.

Title Language and Language Teaching
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1978
Category Language and languages
Total Pages 86
ISBN UOM:39015005336444
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Senior Moments with the Bible
Author Dorman Laird
Publisher WestBow Press
Release Date 2017-10-06
Category Religion
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781512767377
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Senior Moments with the Bible presents brief daily devotionals based on scripture for senior adults whose life pace has slowed but who still enjoy hearing or reading lessons from the Bible. Also, families, ministers, and caregivers will find the book helpful in ministering to their senior loved ones. The book emphasizes the special role seniors now have in Gods service and encourages them to rely each day upon Gods presence and his provision for their needs.

Paul by Jack Kuhatschek

Title Paul
Author Jack Kuhatschek
Publisher InterVarsity Press
Release Date 2010-07-12
Category Religion
Total Pages 64
ISBN 9780830831395
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The apostle Paul led a dramatic and fascinating life from his conversion on the road to Damascus to his imprisonments to his speeches in the public square. His letters shaped the believers in the early church just as they do today. In this study guide by Jack Kuhatschek we will survey both the highlights of his life and the core teachings in his writings.

A Little Book For New Bible Scholars by E. Randolph Richards

Title A Little Book for New Bible Scholars
Author E. Randolph Richards
Publisher InterVarsity Press
Release Date 2017-05-09
Category Religion
Total Pages 126
ISBN 9780830883059
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Many young Bible scholars are passionate for the Scriptures. But is passion enough? Randolph Richards and Joseph Dodson encourage students of the Bible with wisdom from years of experience. Full of warmth, humor, and an infectious love for Scripture, this book invites a new generation of young scholars to dig into the complex, captivating world of the Bible.

The Holy Bible by Anonymous

Title The Holy Bible
Author Anonymous
Publisher The Floating Press
Release Date 2009-01-01
Category Religion
Total Pages 2778
ISBN 9781775411994
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The King James Bible for ebook readers, desktops, tablets and phones. Including Old Testament and New Testament, this is a wonderful tool that keeps the scriptures at your fingertips. The translation that became the Authorized King James Bible was begun in 1604 and in 1611 was published by the Church of England, under the direction of King James. The translation was done by forty-seven Church of England scholars, the New Testament coming from the Greek Textus Receptus (Received Text), the Old Testament from the Masoretic Hebrew text, and the Apocrypha from the Greek Septuagint (LXX), except for two Esdras from the Latin Vulgate.

Title Learning the Bible with Martin Luther
Author Peter Kucenski
Publisher Peter Kucenski
Release Date 2017-09-23
Category
Total Pages 235
ISBN 0999356704
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Learning the Bible with Martin Luther is your guide to the Bible and Christian doctrine in a topical way. It uses the timeless and sound doctrine of Luther's Small Catechism to educate, strengthen and nurture young and old as well as new and seasoned Christians in their faith. What do you get with Learning the Bible with Martin Luther? 81 Lessons and 11 section reviews teaching the six chief parts of the Small Catechism, Christian Living, Evolution, Election, Desertion, and more. Memorization strategically selected to emphasize and help you remember key concepts of Biblical doctrine. Free online lectures at www.LearningtheBiblewithMartinLuther.com to give you a different way to learn and understand the material. One workbook to teach adult instruction AND confirmation class. Beautiful illustrations to help visual learners understand and retain the material. Instruction based on topic instead of by page number in the Catechism. A workbook useful for classroom, distance learning, or independent study. A glossary explaining many words including those unique to both Christendom and the Lutheran Church. What do you get with the Facilitator's edition? All of the answers for the workbook including where the answers can be found. Lecture notes for every lesson to help you teach the material. 10 Exams including a confirmation final exam to test and demonstrate the learning of the students. Plus answer keys for each exam. Review by Pastor Kevin Wenker (LCMS): In my 41 years as a parish pastor, I have had the opportunity to review many books and workbooks on Bible studies, Confirmation, the Small Catechism and the like. ... Learning the Bible with Martin Luther contains lessons which are appropriate in length and understanding for the average confirmand. It has tests, practical examples, and illustrations. And, above all, it is absolutely faithful to Scripture, Lutheran doctrine, and the Confessions. It presents topics and lessons on stewardship and Christian service and life beyond Confirmation in addition to the chief parts of the Catechism. I wish I had had this Workbook when I first started teaching Confirmation many years ago. I also wish I had this when leading adult member classes or reviews of the Small Catechism in Bible Class in Sunday morning Adult Bible Class. Why? Because this Workbook works for all age groups. The Workbook does not shy away from difficult applications, but addresses them faithfully in a way that is understandable for teens and adults. What a great resource this is for either a pastor or a lay person. The teacher's guide is especially valuable. I will be using this Workbook with teens and adults, and it has been very well received by both. Peter Kucenski's Workbook on Luther's Small Catechism has my highest recommendation.

Title The Spiritual Mechanics of Life
Author Kace Costello
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-10-20
Category
Total Pages 166
ISBN 1978409303
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Spiritual Mechanics of life is a devotional study of 76 verses from 2 Corinthians where Paul defines for us a number of spiritual values and principles every follower of Jesus was meant to incorporate into their lives. This 65 day devotional has been designed for contemplative reading. Since it presents 76 Core Values and Principles that help to define what the Biblical idea of being or living in Christ, someone might enjoy focusing in on a single day's study for a couple of days to let it soak in before moving on to the next day's study. The reference index of the Core Values and Principles at the back of the book is an essential tool to help locate those particular studies you may want to reference later. Each of these studies is an extension of what was meant to be the Primary Core Value of every believer: a Passionate Proclamation of the Gospel!

Title Bible Lessons for Youth Winter 2020 2021 Leader
Author Sally Hoelscher
Publisher Cokesbury
Release Date 2020-10-20
Category Religion
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781501895111
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Bible Lessons for Youth is a curriculum that helps teens apply the Bible to their real-life. Its teacher-friendly format is built around a step-by-step sequence with thought-provoking activities designed to help youth understand Scripture and apply it to their individual experiences. Each session is broken up into small segments that are designed to make teaching Bible Lessons for Youth easy. The student book is reproduced as the center piece of each session in the leader guide and is surrounded by the minute-by-minute teaching plans printed in the margin. The instructions are provided for student book activities, discussion questions, illustrative games and short drama skits. Complete Scripture texts are printed in all books. (No need to pause while everyone hunts for the appropriate verse.) At any time during the quarter you can refer back to the convenient Overview section found at the front of the guide. Each unit also focuses on a particular spiritual discipline to deepen the faith journey of your students and further information on each can be found on the Spiritual Disciplines page in the leader guide. Format Each lesson is divided into five activities. ENGAGE invites students into the lesson, SCRIPTURE focuses on the Bible passage for the week, FOCUS encourages teens to reflect on the passage, and CONNECT inspires students to deepen their understanding of the Scripture's meaning. Finally, each lesson ends with PRACTICE, where students utilize a spiritual discipline to apply the lesson to their lives. Key Verse Taken from the passage printed in the student book, this verse can be used to emphasize Scripture memorization in your class. Take-Away This is the basic point of the lesson and is summed up in a short sentence. It’s the big idea you want your teens to grasp from each week’s session. Bible Lesson For easy access, the Scripture passage your class or group will explore is taken from the Common English Bible. Each lesson contains an optional activity focused on the Wesleyan tradition. Winter theme: HOPE