Mission: Your Place in God's Plan For the Nations: Seven Studies For Groups and Individuals (The Good Book Guides Series)
These seven studies chart the unfolding of God's plan for mission in the Scriptures. See God's loving concern for a lost world, align your priorities with his, and get ready to play your part in God's exciting plan for the...
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These seven studies chart the unfolding of God's plan for mission in the Scriptures. See God's loving concern for a lost world, align your priorities with his, and get ready to play your part in God's exciting plan for the nations. Featuring close attention to the text, a focus on real-life application and questions that really open up discussion. Plus a comprehensive guide for leaders in the back.
Alan is a Bible teacher who specialises in expository preaching and the theology of mission. As an Anglican clergyman, Alan has served in a number of parishes in this country and abroad, and most recently spent 13 years working for the Mission Society BCMS Crosslinks, during which time he also travelled extensively in Europe and Africa. Alan retired in 2016 and, with his wife Anne, now lives in Buxton, Derbyshire where they are active members of Trinity Church.
- Why Study Mission?
- 1. It's God's Mission (isaiah 66:18-24)
- 2. A Rich Man Made Poor? (luke 19:1-10)
- 3. Not Why Jesus Came (john 3:13-21)
- 4. The Unfinished Task (acts 1:1-11)
- 5. The Great Commission... According To Peter (acts 10:1-43)
- 6. The Importance Of Being Smelly (2 Corinthians 2:12-17)
- 7. What On Earth Is God Doing? (2 Peter 3:1-13)
- Leader's Guide