Paul’s Plan to make disciples

time-management-imageI love to study and teach on the vibrant life and ministry of the Apostle Paul. He was a man who brought the Gospel to the Gentiles. I am a benefactor of his life and ministry. Paul was a disciple making machine and I want to examine his methods to see what I can learn from him about ministry and fulfilling the Great Commission of making disciples over the course of my lifetime.  Continue reading

The need for communication

communicateI am teaching II Thessalonians this semester for my Monday night study. We met last week and began to do the overview lesson. During the lesson, we wrote down what we learned about Paul from II Thessalonians. In fact, we wrote down what Paul reveals about himself in II Thessalonians. One of the things that we noticed was the importance of communication and how Paul was a master at communicating. Continue reading

Planning for 2017

Well, it’s hard to believe that we have arrived at the final day of 2016. Just when I got used to writing 2016 on documents, now, I have to change to 2017 😀

As 2017 approaches, I was thinking about New Year’s Resolutions and planning. Did you know that the Bible teaches about those who plan their time vs. those who do not plan their time? Are you a planner? Have you planned what you want to accomplish in 2017, or, are you one who just goes with the flow? Let’s take a look at the Scriptures and see what we can learn about planning our time. Continue reading

James 4; Living faith and how you invest your time

Well folks, another Wednesday is upon us and I am teaching my staff from James 4. I love teaching through James. It is such an eye opening epistle. It challenges you to take a close look at the faith that you claim to have to see if it is living faith or dead faith. Living faith is manifested in our everyday lives, just like dead faith is manifested. God allows us to go through circumstances that reveal which faith we have.

If you are just joining us, here are the previous lessons that we have covered, learning what living faith looks like. Continue reading