A leader's guide for The Story of Hope Workbook(64 page plastic-coil bound edition). Leader's guide is 103 pages. FREE DOWNLOAD. Also available in printed hard copy.
This 20-page article by Tom Steffen and J.O. Terry presents a historical overview of the use of the chronological Bible teaching as a method for evangelistic presentations.
A guide for leading believers through the ten lessons of the Spanish edition of The Way to Joy basic discipleship study.
A complete series of lesson plans for leading a class of students through a basic discipleship study using The Way to Joy. All of the lesson plans involve creative, interactive methods that involve students in the learning processes.
For use with the older staple-bound The Way to Joy, which has been replaced with a 64 page, spiral bound edition of The Way to Joy. This is a 39 page Leader’s Guide for the earlier edition of The Way to Joy. This guide, in contrast to Class Facilitator's Guide for The Way to Joy, is primarily focused on one-to-one (or small group) discipleship using The Way to Joy.
This is a 44 page Leader’s Guide for the 2016 edition of The Way to Joy. This guide, in contrast to Class Facilitator's Guide for The Way to Joy, is primarily focused on one-to-one (or small group) discipleship using The Way to Joy. But content in this Leader's Guide is needed for using the Class Facilitator's Guide.
This is a brief overview of the procedures and policies to be followed by translation teams working on The Story of Hope and The Way to Joy.
This 10-page article was written to answer some common questions that are raised during Good Soil E&D seminars regarding what is necessary for salvation.
This is a supplement to accompany the word study activity that appears on page one of the Good Soil E&D seminar workbook. It provides brief summary comments regarding the uses of the “Good Soil verbs” used in Matthew 13, Mark 4, and Luke 8 as they appear in other New Testament contexts.
Sergei Golovin, author. Despite the thousands of missionaries and millions of dollars invested in evangelizing the post-communist world of the former U.S.S.R., the long-term results have been disappointing. This article analyzes the failures and concludes that the traditional western model for evangelism was the primary reason. This traditional western model assumes that the gospel recipient understands basic concepts inherent in a Biblical worldview, when that was not the case for most members of post-communist societies. The author concludes that evangelism, particularly in post-communist cultures, must focus on genuine repentance (worldview transformation) in order to be effective.
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