Atonement Thread (Personal Study Guide) (Gospel Project For Adults Series)
The Gospel Project for Adults: Atonement Thread Adult Study Guide is a 13-session study for Sunday School classes and small groups tracing the Bible's story through the lens of atonement woven throughout the Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation. Atonement is...
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The Gospel Project for Adults: Atonement Thread Adult Study Guide is a 13-session study for Sunday School classes and small groups tracing the Bible's story through the lens of atonement woven throughout the Scriptures, from Genesis to Revelation. Atonement is at the heart of the gospel, which is why God s people call everyone everywhere to believe in Jesus, to find their place in the thread that continues in a life of reconciliation and peace both now and for eternity. Purchase one for each leader and participant. Consider using with Biblical lllustrator. Atonement Thread is part of The Gospel Project Short-term Studies for Adults. When we see how all the Scriptures point to Jesus, we allow the gospel to work on us, move through us, and ultimately, transform us. We become God's gospel project.
Features: 13 chaptersThree devotionals per chapterGroup discussion questions
Authors: Kendell Easley is a professor of biblical studies at Union University in Jackson, Tennessee, and is the director of the Master of Christian Studies and Doctor of Ministry programs for Union s Stephen Olford Center.Christian George is assistant professor of biblical and theological studies at Oklahoma Baptist University.Joey Jernigan serves as a lead pastor at Lanier Islands Community Church in Buford, Georgia. He also teaches as an assistant professor at Liberty University Online.David Nasser is a nationally recognized speaker and author of A Call to Die, Glory Revealed, and Jumping Through Fires. He also serves as a pastor at Christ City Church in Birmingham, Alabama.Halim Suh is pastor of teaching and theology at The Austin Stone Community Church. He is the author (with Matt Carter) of two Threads studies: Creation Unraveled and Creation Restored."
Ed Stetzer (D.Min., Beeson Divinity School; Ph.D., Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) has planted churches in New York, Pennsylvania, and Georgia and transitioned declining churches in Indiana and Georgia. He has trained pastors and church planters on five continents. Ed served for three years as a seminary professor at the Southern Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky and has taught at fifteen other seminaries. He is currently the Director of Lifeway Research and Lifeway's Missiologist in Residence.
He has written the following books: Planting New Churches in a Postmodern Age (2003), Perimeters of Light: Biblical Boundaries for the Emerging Church (with Elmer Towns, 2004),Strategic Outreach (with Eric Ramsey, 2005),Breaking the Missional Code (with David Putman, 2006), Planting Missional Churches (2006), Comeback Churches (with Mike Dodson, 2007), 11 Innovations in the Local Church (with Elmer Towns and Warren Bird, 2007), and most recently Lost and Found (Broadman), 2009).
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