Four Year Curriculum
We consider some of the hindrances to evangelism, and how to overcome them.
Having considered the motivation and matter necessary for evangelism, we now look at the methods one should use for effective evangelism.
As we continue to study the proper motivation and matter of evangelism, we focus on the simplicity of the message that was used to convert the Philippian Jailer.
We look at one of the chief responsibilities of the church: reaching the lost with the Gospel. We focus on the first two of three „m„s: motivation, matter, and method.
We examine the Biblical teaching that lays out the parameters by which believers may ensure they are using their tongues correctly.
We survey the book of Job, seeking to understand its structure and main themes. We see that it is an invaluable text book for us when we face times of suffering and trial for which there is no clear explanation that we can see.
We study the last chapter of the Westminster Confession of Faith, Chapter 33: Of the Day of Judgment.
We conclude our study in chapter 32 of the Westminster Confession of Faith by looking at what will happen to the bodies of the righteous and the wicked at the resurrection.
We continue our study in chapter 32 of the Westminster Confession of Faith by looking at what happens to the souls of the wicked when they die.
We begin a study in chapter 32 of the Westminster Confession of Faith, focusing on what the two main parts of man are, and what happens to each part at death, with particular reference to the souls of the righteous.
We study chapter 31 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: Of Synods and Councils.
We conclude our study in chapter 30 of the Westminster Confession of Faith: Of Church Censures. We look at the purpose and degrees of church censures.