Week 4 - (June 17 - June 24)

Chapters 11-15 Overview

  • The Pastor's Role in Evangelism
  • Evangelism in the Pulpit
  • From Decision to Disciple
  • World Missions
  • The Church in Mission

Assignments

  • Thoroughly read each chapter. Watch the corresponding teaching videos on the Global University website. (Link below)
  • Answer all Interactive Questions on a separate piece of paper and place the answers in your binder for later study.
  • Complete each Test Yourself on a separate piece of paper with at least a 70%, and place the answers in your binder for later study.
  • Follow weekly Scripture reading plan.
    • Psalms 49-56
    • John 13-21
    • Romans 1-10
  • Watch the video on John Part 2 linked below and write a reflection in your binder using the following questions. 
    • What information stood out or was new to you?
    • What were the main points or themes that were highlighted in John Pt 2.?
    • How does the information relate to, or can be used in, evangelism.
  • Write a 1 page summary using the following as a guide:
    • How does the Great Commission fit into your life right now?
    • What type of evangelism do you enjoy most/feel called too and how do you want to use it in your life and ministry?
  • The FINAL EXAM must be completed by Sunday, June 24. Please schedule with your academic dean.
Watch our Read Scripture video on the Gospel of John, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In John, Jesus becomes human as the incarnation of the creator God of Israel, to share His love and the gift of eternal life with the world.

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Week 2 - (June 3 - June 9)

Chapters 6-10 Overview

  • Jesus' Promise
  • Evangelism in Peter's Preaching
  • Evangelism in Paul's Teaching
  • Paul's Evangelism Practices
  • Motivation for Evangelism 

Assignments

  • Thoroughly read each chapter. Watch the corresponding teaching videos on the Global University website. (Link below)
  • Answer all Interactive Questions on a separate piece of paper and place the answers in your binder for later study.
  • Complete each Test Yourself on a separate piece of paper with at least a 70%, and place the answers in your binder for later study.
  • Follow weekly Scripture reading plan.
    • Psalms 43-48
    • John 1-12
  • Watch the videos on John Part 1 and Word Studies linked below and write a reflection in your binder using the following questions. 
    • What information stood out or was new to you?
    • What were the main points or themes that were highlighted about John?
    • How is the message of John different from the message of the other Gospels?
    • Many people use John when they do evangelism. Write a few thoughts on why you believe John is or isn't a good book to use for evangelism. You need to have a supporting argument for what you believe.
    • What did you learn about the words being studied?
    • How can your understanding of these words aid you in evangelism? 
Watch our Read Scripture video on the Gospel of John, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. In John, Jesus becomes human as the incarnation of the creator God of Israel, to share His love and the gift of eternal life with the world.
The word "sin" is one of the most common bad words in the Bible, but what does it really mean? In this video, we'll explore the concept of "moral failure" that underlies this important biblical word. Get ready to discover a profound and realistic portrait of the human condition.
"Transgression" is one of those Bible words that seems clear until you have to explain it to somebody. In this video, we'll explore the fascinating and sophisticated meaning of this biblical "bad word." Get ready for a sobering reflection on human nature.
YHWH, Adonai, LORD, Jehova... God seems to have a lot of names, what exactly am I supposed to call Him? We invite you into the fascinating journey behind all the different names Jews and Christians have referred to their creator throughout the centuries, and more importantly, why!

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Week 1 - (May 27 - June 2)

Chapters 1-5 Overview

  • Defining the Great Commission
  • Analyzing the Great Commission
  • The Great Ommissions
  • Jesus' Teaching
  • Jesus' Example

Assignments

  • Read each chapter. Watch the corresponding teaching videos on the Global University Website.
  • Answer all interactive questions and place the answers in your binder.
  • Take Test Yourself quizzes on a separate sheet of paper and place in your binder.
  • Follow weekly Scripture reading plan.
    • Psalms 35-42
    • Watch the video on the Psalms linked below.

Psalms

Watch our Read Scripture video on the book of Psalms, which breaks down the literary design of the book and its flow of thought. The book of Psalms has been designed to be the prayer book of God's people as they wait for the Messiah and his coming kingdom.

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