Have you ever taught the Bible as one book, with one introduction, one story and one conclusion? Now you can. Based on the book "Unveiled At Last" this powerful teaching allows you to help believers see their Bible in a whole new way--with a cohesive theme running the entire way through it. You'll also discover how this blends God's greatest glory together with our greatest joy. You'll be teaching: "The Story and Your Role In It," "Pursing His Greatest Glory and Your Greatest Joy," "Israel; the Great Commission Nation, Your Church; the Great Commission Church," and "Jesus; the Great Commission Messiah, You; A Great Commission Person."
In these four lectures, we get very practical. In the first lecture, we discuss, "How we can miss God's will for our lives." The second is titled: "God's love for Internationals!" The third will have you teaching "Am I Called into Missions?" In the final lecture, you'll be helping people find "Four Practical Ways to be Involved IN God's Global Glory Strategy" Don't teach part one without teaching part two!
Is life about us or is life about God? Does God live for us or do we live for God? They can both sound so Christian, but there is a huge difference. It all depends upon whether your Christianity is people-centered or God-centered. Cat and Dog Theology will guide you to teach the differences between the two--bringing about a significant change in your audience while making them laugh all along the way! You'll love teaching this one and you'll be amazed at how people's lives change!
If you were brought up in Cat Theology, because your pastor was brought up in Cat Theology, because his pastor was brought up in Cat Theology… over generations, things go wrong. And what results is a self-centered Christianity. A Christianity that focuses in on the fact that God—not only died for us—but lives for us. This self-centeredness is like a cancer that has symptoms. This series will help you teach these symptoms so you can help others avoid the cancer of Cat Theology!
Why did Christ die? To forgive us our sin, right? Well, that's true, but it's also incomplete. Belief in only this partial truth causes conflict and confusion among God's people, and it limits the depth of our understanding of God and His work.
There are several key reasons Christ went to the cross. All of them focus on the glory of his Father. If the glory of God is primary, it changes everything in our relationships with Him. And if Christ suffered for the Father's glory, then we should be willing to suffer as well.
Rethink the cross, and rethink your purpose.