James, A Path To Discipleship
James, A Path to Discipleship, by William Simmons
James: a Path to Discipleship is an exciting, “hands on” approach to studying the Bible. During this twelve-week course, the student will be immersed in God’s Word and will commence a life-changing journey through one of the most challenging books of the Bible. Presented in a highly devotional format, this study is committed to the spiritual formation of everyone who has a passion for the kingdom of God. Upon completing James: a Path to Discipleship, the student will be able to: • Discover the rich truths of God contained in the Epistle of James. • Discern the key elements found in each and every verse of this great epistle. • Devote oneself to the many spiritual challenges that James speaks into our lives. • Disciple oneself and others to not only know God’s Word, but also to put God’s Word into practice. In short, James: a Path to Discipleship is dedicated to making disciples for the Lord Jesus Christ (Matt 28:19-20). It seeks, through the help of God and the power of the Holy Spirit, to enable each believer to clearly hear the Word of God and also to boldly do what the Word says (James 1:22).
A Pentecostal Approach to Bible Study, by William Simmons
A Pentecostal Approach to Bible study is an exciting and effective method of studying God’s Word that is completely dedicated to fulfilling the Great Commission of our Lord (Matt 28:19-20). Specifically designed for small groups, A Pentecostal Approach to Bible Study incorporates both an inductive and deductive approach to study whereby the student is “drawn into” a deeper understanding of the Bible. Each Bible study in the series is highly devotional in nature and dedicated to the spiritual formation of the believer. This Guide is a carefully prepared manual that supplies step-by-step instructions on how to conduct a Pentecostal study, and is to be used in conjunction with the Enliven: Path to Discipleship Bible study series. In this Guide you will learn what A Pentecostal Approach to Bible Study is, practical tips for starting a study, a working example of an inductive and deductive study on Mark and a suggested schedule for teaching a twelve-week Bible study in the local church.
Philippians, A Path to Joy, by William Simmons