This is the third volume in our series for church leaders who want to continue their theological education with free resources from the GCI website. Some articles are long, and some are short, but the average is still about 2500 words per day, which can be read in about 20 minutes.
References to: discipleship
This is the second collection in our series for church leaders who want to deepen their theological education with free resources from the GCI website. For each day, we present (on average) 2500 words, which can be read in 15-20 minutes. We again aim for variety, and go deeper into some doctrines than we were able to go in the first volume.
A self-paced doctrinal instruction plan
We recommend that church leaders pursue formal education that gives both breadth and depth. However, formal education is not practical for everyone. We recommend here a plan by which a person might use free resources from the GCI website to guide them in their education.
There are two important components of this list: 1) prioritization and 2) breadth.
Here is a discipleship curriculum designed to be used in leading new believers through the fundamental elements of what it means to be a Christian. The content of the nine lessons in the curriculum (linked below) is adapted from Evangelism Through the Local Church, by Michael Green.
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Jesus Christ is not merely a great role model or a great moral teacher who pointed us down the right road. He’s our all in all, our everything, the beginning and the end – the goal of our faith and our lives.
It’s interesting to take note of the admonition the apostle Peter gives in the conclusion of his second letter.