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May 2012 Newsletter - New on E-quip

Check out these new training presentations that have been recently added to bcmd.e-quip.net.


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1. Mateen wrote:
When you think about it, that's got to be the right awnser.

Sat, October 6, 2012 @ 2:31 PM

2. inqorhyl wrote:
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Tue, October 9, 2012 @ 2:19 AM

3. Eliane wrote:
That's an intriguing model, cishulaoohi.I don't see Sunday school as a discipleship tool. Discipleship is best done one-on-one.The term fellowship seems to have two extremes: one is the social club atmosphere where people gather for their own social purposes. The other is where members of the body of Christ minister to one another sacrificially. I suggest that practicing the balance in a group of people smaller than the whole congregation is important.The same with the manner of education in the class. On the one end is raw Biblical knowledge. On the other is how that knowledge informs your walk with Christ. We have a separate Equipping University (don't get hung up on the name) on Wednesday evenings where we get Bible college and seminary-level classes. Some are even accredited. Sunday morning sermons are expository, unifying and visionary. Sunday school is more topical and allows the class to hash out some of the issues and misconceptions on a smaller level. I suggest that's the level appropriate for Sunday school.My point is that the poll should maybe draw these factors as a multi-spectral elements in a few key functions or purposes of Sunday School with the option of weighing each purpose as, for example necessary , unnecessary but useful , better accomplished in some other way than Sunday School , illegitimate , etc.Santiagos last blog post..

Sat, November 17, 2012 @ 3:03 AM

4. yibohzjwr wrote:
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Mon, November 19, 2012 @ 8:10 AM

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