CHURCH LEADERSHIP (21)
This lesson examines the Biblical model for church leadership and how these leaders are to relate to the congregation.
Prime 39m Class
As the title suggests this lesson will briefly look at what type of men should have the important responsibility of church leadership. (I Timothy 3:1-7)
Prime 45m Class
In this section, Paul provides more information concerning the qualifications necessary for church leadership and the type of challenge these men will face as leaders. (Titus 1:5-16)
Prime 37m Class
Church growth is tied to church leadership. In this introductory lesson, the various Biblical roles of leadership are identified and compared to one another.
Prime 32m Class
The section on church leadership continues with an examination of the qualifications Paul describes for those men who would serve as deacons. (I Timothy 3:8-13)
Prime 36m Class
David's final charge to his son provides timeless wisdom for the changing of the guard in church leadership. (I Kings 2:1-4)
Prime 27m Class
In this lesson we compare some similarities between how Google the company functions and how churches should function. It is based off the book by Jeff Jarvis entitled 'What Would Google Do?'
When I review the qualities in men who are fathers the one that I find most appealing and helpful for the well-being of the family is a man's ability and willingness to be a "servant - leader".
Mike traces out the beginning and completion of Paul's first missionary journey with the many interesting and challenging stops along the way. (Acts 13:1-15:35)
Prime 41m Class
Mike reviews the history, author, recipient and context in which the letter to Titus was written. (Titus 1:1-4)
Prime 29m Class
Mike continues the section describing Paul's second missionary journey and an important meeting at the church in Jerusalem to decide the future of Paul's work among the Gentiles. (Acts 15:36-18:22)
Prime 34m Class
In this lesson, Mike reviews the attitude that the church should have towards their leaders, and begins explaining the role and qualifications for those who want to serve as deacons. (I Timothy 3:8-13)
Prime 38m Class
In the fourth chapter of this epistle, Paul will both warn Timothy about the apostasy to come and the false teaching that cause it and remind the young evangelists about the ministry for which he is responsible. (I Timothy 4:1-16)
Prime 38m Class
In this section, Paul explains why he is a true Apostle and then shows us how he exercises his Apostolic authority over this church. (II Corinthians 10:1-13:14)
Prime 44m Class
In this lesson, Mike reviews the system of ministry established by the Apostles in the early church and how it can be adapted for modern church use. (Acts 2:1-47)
This lesson highlights 3 important ways that a congregation can honor its spiritual leaders. (Exodus 17:10-13)
This lesson compares the many modern views of the minister to the Biblical description of the role, qualifications and work of a local evangelist.
Prime 37m Class
This lesson reviews the basic instructions God provides concerning the subject of sex in marriage. (Hebrews 13:4)
Prime 33m Class
Aside from the specific Biblical qualifications necessary for a man to serve as an elder in the church, this person also needs to possess certain character traits that will identify him as a worthy candidate. This lesson reviews seven of these traits.
Prime 40m Class
This lesson explores the personal and spiritual demands and responsibilities required of church elders.