Paul encourages Timothy to remain faithful and describes several ways that Timothy could assure himself that he was keeping this charge. (II Timothy 1:6-18)
Paul provides teaching on the importance and various types of prayers to be offered, as well as valuable background information concerning the proper roles men and women have in the church. (I Timothy 2:1-15)
Paul completes his letter with a series of warnings directed at the church and Timothy in order to preserve their faith and his ministry. (I Timothy 6:3-21)
Paul provides Timothy with both examples and motivation to remain faithful in his service to the church. (II Timothy 2:1-13)
In this section, Paul details the various activities Timothy needs to pursue in order to carry out an effective ministry in a church where he faces opposition from false teachers. (II Timothy 2:14-26)
Christians are in a unique situation when called on to deal with their enemies. This lesson will outline the various strategies that the Bible provides when believers must face those who injure them in some way.
This second lesson will examine the various theories about the authorship of Genesis and it's natural and imposed divisions.
An in-depth study of Acts chapter 2 where Luke clearly explains the Biblical ministry system and how ministry and growth are interrelated.
This lesson examines the historical and social settings in which the church at Ephesus was established.