Monthly Archives: June 2012

Relationship Not Bible Knowledge

I am the first to admit that we have many church members who are biblically illiterate, and we need to do a better job of helping people know the Bible. When we stopped having Discipleship Training (or Training Union) on … Continue reading

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Serving Through Sunday School

One of my convictions for Sunday School to be most effective is for every Sunday School class to have an ongoing emphasis on service in the community. In one of my first blogs I mentioned Albert Winseman’s book, Growing an … Continue reading

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The Future of Sunday School

In the last few weeks I have heard some religious practitioners suggest that Sunday School is dead (or at least on its way to the coffin.) I must admit that I would agree…at least to some of the practices that … Continue reading

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GROWING YOUR CHURCH: GROWING SUNDAY SCHOOL

I don’t know of any Pastor or Minister of Education who wouldn’t like their church to grow both spiritually and numerically. As a former pastor, I wanted to see the church grow in both ways. The truth is many pastors … Continue reading

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Sunday School as Part of Discipleship

If we are taking seriously that Sunday School is a place for transformation (instead of knowledge) and a community of faith (instead of simply a classroom experience), then we need to begin understanding how it can be a discipling process. … Continue reading

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