Summary: Evangelists, Prophets, Apostles, and Pastor/Teachers are not exactly authority figures. They are trainers. Good trainers have to be able to set an example. And these trainers are trainers in service.
Summary: Let us now examine the most Biblically undefined office, the Pastor. This office over many years of church history has been run down, despised, overlooked, traditionalized, glorified, idolized, and even cherished, but always misunderstood.
Summary: To establish that all gifts given to the church are given to achieve unity in accomplishing the “divine work of the ministry.” This lesson deals with the importance of the work of Christ in evangelism and edification.
Summary: Within the descriptions of the feeding of the 5000, there are a few key learnings for the church, Jesus didn't feed them he multiplied the food, but the task was the disciples, the task was their's as it is ours.
Summary: Based on Ephesians 4:11-15 we must learn to slow down so we can grow up. This message not only shows the need for slowing down, but gives three practical suggestions for accomplishing that goal.
Summary: The life of a faithful Christian is characterized by a constant growth process. When one becomes a Christian they begin a lifelong journey of service to God. This lesson examines this great truth and brings to light what our obligations are in this.
Summary: There are 3 kinds of people God can use. 1) You don't have the commitment, but you have the knowledge, God can use you. 2) You don't have the skills, but you have the heart, God can equip you. 3) You are skilled and committed, God can make you a LEADER!