- ASSURANCE OF SALVATION
- BRIDGE ILLUSTRATION
- GETTING OUR PURPOSE STRAIGHT
- GIVE AND RECEIVE
- HOW GOD VIEWS US PART 1, PART 2
- JESUS AS MAN
- JESUS AS GOD PART 1, PART 2
- KNOWING THE SPIRIT PART 1, PART 2, PART 3
- LETTERS TO A YOUNG CHRISTIAN BELIEVER 1-4, 5-6, 7-10, 11-12
- THE LORD’S PRAYER
- THE LORD’S SUPPER, SELF EXAMINATION
- MEMORIZING SCRIPTURE
- OLD ME-NEW ME, OLD ME, NEW ME
- RELATE TO A CHURCH
- SIMPLE TOOLS FOR STUDY AND PRAYER
- SPIRITUAL RHYTHMS
- THOSE WHO HAVE NEVER HEARD
- TRINITY PART 1, PART 2
- WRITING YOUR TESTIMONY (PLAN)
This is a possible long range plan using some other popular resources.
Make sure that everyone is on the same page as far as what the gospel is and how it works in our life. Use the three circles explanation followed by a quick lesson from 2 Corinthians 5:17-21 to do this.
THE COMMANDS OF CHRIST
REPENT AND BELIEVE, BE BAPTIZED, PRAY, GO AND MAKE DISCIPLES, PERSEVERE, LOVE, LORD’S SUPPER, GIVE, GATHER. This is a popular tool among missionaries with new people to the faith. A believer with a church background might also consider this a review but if they are still dependent on others for their growth this will get them on the road to being a disciple and learning how to help themselves grow. Use these handouts to teach the Commands of Christ. You can also text these KeyVerses to them for daily readings.
THE GOSPEL OF MARK
The shortest of the gospels makes for quick introduction to the life of Christ. Now that they know how to get into the Word using discovery questions, make sure they spend time in it! Use this sheet as a guide to reading the book of Mark.
The Walk by Stephen Smallman would circle back and cover both many of the lessons in the Commands of Christ and a rereading of the Gospel of Mark. It would also introduce the reader to Romans and a deeper understanding of the gospel. Each chapter has its own assigned biblical reading and exercises. Use this guide to help you with your time together.