The Story of God's Kingdom (Study Guide) (#09 in Gospel Project For Students Series)
: The Story of God's Kingdom takes students on an extended overview on what the Bible has to say about the Kingdom of God. Throughout the study, students will discover where God's Kingdom began, the people He created to...
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The Story of God's Kingdom takes students on an extended overview on what the Bible has to say about the Kingdom of God. Throughout the study, students will discover where God's Kingdom began, the people He created to enjoy it, and the rebellion against His Kingship over their lives. They will learn of humanity's need in having God as King once again, and how God has made that possible with the coming of King Jesus. Jesus, who will one day perfect His reign when He comes for His bride, the church, will also defeat all evil and rule forevermore.
13 Chapters Three devotionals per chapter Group discussion questions
Kendell Easley is a professor of biblical studies at Union University in Memphis, Tennessee, and is the director of the Master of Christian Studies and Doctor of Ministry programs for Union's Stephen Olford Center. He has written ongoing curriculum for more than 20 years. Kendell is married to Nancy, and they have one married young adult son. Halim Suh and his wife, Angela, have three kids and live in Austin, Texas, where he 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. Halim has a Master of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Jason C Dukes is married to Jen, and they have six children. He helped start WestpointChurch.org and ReproducingChurches.com and now pastors First Baptist Church, Booneville, Mississippi. He's the author of Live Sent and Beyond My Church, and he periodically blogs at SENTkids.com.
Dr. Kendell Easley, Chairman of the Department of New Testament and Greek, Mid-America Baptist Theological Seminary in Memphis, TN