Matthew 18 and Christian Conduct
Author: Dr. John Warwick Montgomery
Matthew 18:15-17 is ground zero for handling conflicts among Christians. It is however, not commonly honored in the breach. And its application is woefully narrowed. In this brief Bible study, we shall attempt to clarify the meaning and the ambit of Jesus’ teaching on the responsibility of Christians in conflict situations. Conflicts are ideally resolved on the lowest plane possible, thereby creating minimal embarrassment and publicity both for the creator of the conflict and for the larger community.
This is a four page discussion on the need for applying Matthew 18:15-17 more frequently in our Christian lives. It can be downloaded by clicking here.
The Doctrine of Vocation
This interesting and vital to know topic currently consists of three lessons. The first lesson is an overview of the doctrine, followed by a lesson on The Estate of the Family. The last lesson is a Vocation Workshop where the lessons learned are applied. Future additions to this series will be lessons on the church and society, known more recently as the “public square.” All lessons are PowerPoint presentations and are one hour in length.
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How to Use the ESV Study Bible
This study Bible is chock full of new insights, aids and helps in studying your Bible. It is one lesson long and is available in PowerPoint by clicking here here.
Evangelism, Outreach and Affirmation
This CMS presentation consists of three session, each 2 lessons long, making up a six-week study. All lessons are in PowerPoint, which can be extended by the presenter based on experience. This study is meant as a preparation event prior to undertaking the new Synod evangelism program titled Every One His Witness. It is available in CD format for $10.00, plus $3.00 for shipping. Order by email to Churchmatters@frontier.com, or via the contact page.
Around the World Theology for the Curious Christian
For a list of Bible studies contained on the Around the World Theology for the Curious Christian Website use this link. http://www.whatdoesthismean.org/bible-study-archive.html
Contributions are solicited for additional studies to be added to this page. Contributions subject to review before being posted.