There is never a famine on wickedness. At every turn we are able to hear reports of bad things being perpetrated by bad people. Most of us have even been victimized, even if in a small way, by someone. We have been yelled at, gossiped about, or worse. The young Christians of Thessalonica were no exception. They had ridicule and persecution at times leading to their deaths. Paul when teaching this infant church, warned them against many things, taught them about the power of the Lord in their lives to rest and overcome even when the circumstances of life never changed. One of these teachings centers on the fact that evil people do evil things and that while the natural response is to fight back, as Christians, we are no longer bound as slaves to evil. Therefore we can love our enemies. This message talks to that point. I pray it will be a blessing to you.
Foundations of the Faith | AFM101
This course will review several of the basic tenants and essential doctrines of the Christian faith. It will be a primer for future studies or an overview as a self-contained study.
The course will consist of eight weeks of one-hour sessions with 15 minutes of questions at the end. The last week will be dealing with all the material and taking a two-hour time to answer any questions from the students.
- Basic Christianity – John Stott (IVP and Baker Academic)
- 5 Things Every Christian Needs to Grow – RC Sproul (Reformation Trust)
- Foundations of the Christian Faith – James Boice (IVP Academic)
- Christian Commitment – Carnell (Out of Print)
- Westminster Catechism
- Back to Basics – Hagopian
These titles are for personal study, not for this course.
SUGGESTED OUTLINE Continue reading “Foundations of the Faith Class Starting Tuesdays”
Sunday, September 25th, at 3PM there will be an informational meeting for interested parties at 704 W Park Ave, Claxton GA
Please come if you interested in learning more about GraceTruth Church, you are under no obligation.
For info or directions, please call 1-877-789-7725 or email james AT gracetruth dot org
For His Glory By His Grace,