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March 3, 2023
QR Codes for the Scriptures
This Sunday, the first Sunday in March 2023, leaders and group members using The Gospel Project for Adults likely will notice the inclusion of a QR code in each session. Hopefully the QR codes are self-explanatory, but just to make sure . . . With the start of our current cycle of The Gospel Project for Adults, which began...
September 1, 2022
From Rebellion to Exile: A Cover Explanation
Want to know the thoughts behind the cover image for The Gospel Project for Adults Fall 2022?
August 17, 2021
All of the Above: Morals, Moralism, and Christianity
I’ve always hated multiple choice questions. They always feel like a trick (because too many of them are). Three or four choices, all of which seem plausible, except for maybe one super-obvious non-answer thrown in to see if we’re paying attention, and the instruction to choose which we think is correct. But sometimes there’s an answer in these that...
August 13, 2021
How to Get the Most Out of Every Session
Completing a session of any Bible study can be a challenge, even for the most experienced group leaders. There are many reasons for this of course: The group may be focused on one specific point. (This is a hallmark of a positive group experience, so don’t sweat it too much.)Discussion may run longer than anticipated. Rabbit trails may threaten...
August 12, 2021
7 Arrows of Bible Reading
There is often a vast disconnect between the awareness of the need for disciple-making and practical tools that actually aid in this work. Three factors are essential: Scripture, relationships, and time. Discipleship happens when the life-changing truth of Scripture is infused into genuine relationships over an extended period of time. Our desire was to create a simple, reproducible strategy...
August 3, 2021
Six gospel themes in the first half of Genesis
I love reading through the Old Testament. The Old Testament is rich with threads of the gospel—hints of what God was planning from before the world began. However, it is easy to overlook look them. They are often understated—they’re not the main point of the passage, but they are present. There are several gospel themes in Genesis alone, more...