Explore the Bible Teacher Helps

Galatians, James: Freedom for Responsible Living

These helps are provided as a service of Founders Ministries to teachers who use the LifeWay Explore the Bible Sunday School curriculum. They are written by Mike Calvert, PhD Candidate at Trinity Theological Seminary, Newburgh, Indiana

Outlines are scheduled to be available each week by Wednesday afternoon before the corresponding Sunday.

Unit 1: Galatians: Liberated Faith (Gal. 1:1—6:18)

June 1: Stand Up for the Gospel (Gal. 1:1–24)
June 8: Be True to the Gospel (Gal. 2:1–21)
June 15: Be Saved by Faith (Gal. 3:1–14)
June 22: Enjoy Christian Relationships (Gal. 3:15–4:7)
June 29: Don’t Turn Back (Gal. 4:8–31)
July 6: Use Your Freedom for Others (Gal. 5:1–15)
July 13: Let the Spirit Lead (Gal. 5:16–26)
July 20: Be Responsible (Gal. 6:1–18)
Unit 2: James: Responsible Faith (Jas. 1:1–5:20)
July 27: Following God’s Wisdom (Jas. 1:1–18)
August 3: Acting with Love (Jas. 1:19–2:13)
August 10: Practicing Your Faith (Jas. 2:14–26)
August 17: Taming Your Tongue (Jas. 3:1–18)
August 24: Submitting to God (Jas. 4:1–17)
August 31: Living in the Church Family (Jas. 5:1–20)
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How to Fire Your Pastor

Issue 51

Winter 2003


[Inside Cover]

How to Fire Your Pastor
Thomas K. Ascol

I Thank God for the Call the Preach
Allen Harrison

The Sovereignty of God and Pastoral Ministry
Roger Ellsworth

The Importance of Defending the Trinity
Gannon Murphy

Book Reviews

  • The Wisdom and the Folly: An Exposition of the Book of First Kings., Dale Ralph Davis. Geanies House, Fern, Scotland: Christian Focus Publications, 2002. Paperback, 350 pp., &163;8.99/$14.99. Ray Van Neste

  • Scholar's Library, Logos Bible Software, Series X. Bellingham, WA: Logos Research Systems, 2002. Retail: $599.95. Bill Ascol

  • Recent Children's Materials from Christian Focus Publications, Geanies House, Fern, Scotland. Ray Van Neste

Confessions of a Nineteenth-Century Baptist
Nathan Finn




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