Posts Tagged ‘Bible class’
What should children learn at different ages?
Question: Dear brother Jeffrey, I appreciate so very much your love for the Lord through the years and your faithfulness to Him! How you have labored with His people providing resources to encourage in God’s Word, as well as striving to explain the gospel to those who are seeking. I’m so very thankful for how…Read More
My Take on Bible Classes
by Matthew W. Bassford There’s no doubt that I’m a better teacher than a preacher. My first love is the lectern rather than the pulpit, and I “get” teaching Bible classes in a way that I’ve never gotten preaching sermons. Also, I’ve always been satisfied with the way my Bible classes have gone. Generally, they’re…Read More
Do you have a workbook on the Holy Spirit?
Question: First, let me thank you and those that have contributed to your webpage. I search it at least weekly. Great job. Since you have such an exhaustive set of resources on your website, I thought you might have an insight into a good classroom workbook or set of material for adult Christians on the…Read More
Women Participating in Bible Classes
by Matthew W. Bassford Recently, I’ve been engaged in an email discussion with a brother on the subject of women participating in our Bible classes. He sees inconsistency in many congregations between Bible classes, in which women may read Scriptures, make comments, etc., and worship services, in which they are required to remain silent. He…Read More
Who is supposed to guide local congregations?
Question: I am from a church of Christ that is normally referred to as one cup, no Sunday school, no divorce and remarriage, etc. My question is this: If there are no positions of pastors nowadays, who is supposed to guide the local congregation? Who can we go to in the time of struggle, problems,…Read More
Questions About Bible Classes
https://www.lavistachurchofchrist.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/QuestionsAboutBibleClass.mp3 by Jeffrey W. Hamilton Text: Titus 2:1-8 I. It is apparent to me that Christians as a whole do not understand the purpose of Bible classes. A. It is not just locally because I have receive similar questions from Christians in other areas. B. I think it would be beneficial for all of us to examine…Read More
Can plays and skits about Bible stories be used to teach children during a VBS?
Question: Can plays and skits about Bible stories be used to teach children during a VBS? Answer: A Vacation Bible School (VBS) is basically a gospel meeting for kids. The Bible shows teaching being done in a variety of ways: A fig tree was killed (Matthew 21:21), Idols and worldly poets were cited (Acts 17:23,28), Children…Read More
Thank you for your online literature, which we use in our young adult classes
Question: Thanks for the content of your website. I use it often is preparing for my Sunday school class, which is mostly young married couples with small children. We have no standard of study (published literature) as we started a few years ago and some had no idea where the church of Christ really started.…Read More
We used your thumbnail pictures as stamps on timeline “passports”
Question: Greetings to the La Vista Church of Christ! I just wanted to thank you for the great resources you have made available through your website. I was trying to make a “passport” to go along with our children’s Bible studies, to use as a timeline as they go through the Bible. Your art thumbnails…Read More
Children and the Bible
by Doy Moyer Somewhere along the line, it seems to me, there has been an assumption that all the stories in the Bible have to be something for children. If some account is disturbing, then there is a problem with the Bible — as if the Bible was written just for the sake of kids.…Read More