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Sunday School

Date: Sunday, May 07, 2017
Time: 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
Location: Church

Click on Weekly Schedule or Group Ministries (adult, children, youth) for details.
 
 

March 5           Session 1:  Who Is Jesus?  (Matt. 16:13-28)

March 12         Session 2:  Is Jesus Fully God?  (Matt.17:1-13)

March 19         Session 3:  What Is Required?  (Matt. 19:16-26)

March 26         Session 4:  More Than a Prophet?  (Matt. 21:1-11)

April 2             Session 5:  If I Reject Jesus?  (Matt. 21:33-45)

April 9             Session 6:  Offered to All?  (Matt. 22:1-14)

April 16           Session 7:  Where Is Jesus?  (Matt. 28:1-15)

April 23           Session 8:  What About the Future?  (Matt. 24:36-51)

April 30           Session 9:  How Do We Remember?  (Matt. 26:17-30)

May 7              Session 10:  Do I Have the Strength?  (Matt. 26:36-46)

May 14            Session 11:  Loyal?  (Matt. 26:63-75)

May 21            Session 12:  Crucified.  (Matt. 27:41-51)

May 28            Session 13:  What Do We Do Now?  (Matt. 28:16-20)

 
A Word from the General Editor
 

            This quarter we have the privilege of studying the second half of the Gospel of Matthew.  Chapters 14-28 of Matthew offer a unique and challenging perspective into the last six months of Jesus’ earthly ministry.  Together, we will discover the true identity of Jesus Christ and the impact He made on the first generation of Christ followers.  This study will enable each of us to get into the ears and hearts of the first disciples as they listen to Jesus, walk with Him, and see their Lord crucified. 

            As important as it is to understand clearly the first-century historical context of the first Gospel in the New Testament, we will also be challenged to hear the teachings of Jesus with our own ears and to follow this Messiah with all our hearts.  There will be some uncomfortable and provoking passages in the last part of Matthew’s Gospel, yet one of Matthew’s primary purposes is that each listener will encounter the prophesied Messiah.  As the Gospel writer indicates, the condition of our hearts will determine our response to the very clear and simple message that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, offers each believer a place in the family of God.

 
Rodney Woo
 

Dr. Rodney M. Woo is Senior Pastor of the International Baptist Church in Singapore.  Before his call to Singapore, he was the Senior Pastor of Wilcrest Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, and a professor at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and Houston Baptist University.  Dr. Woo holds a B.A. from East Texas Baptist University and a M.Div. and Ph.D. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.  He is the author of The Color of Church:  A Biblical and Practical Paradigm for Multiracial Churches.

 
 

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