What Must We Teach? Parts 3 & 4

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Lesson

A CORE curriculum should be Comprehensive, Orthodox, Reforming and focused on Essentials. Delivery systems may include bible studies, small groups, Sunday school and sermons.

Outline

Content: What must we teach?

Part 3

III.  Toward a CORE Curriculum for the Church

A.  Comprehensive - touching the entire life of the Church, and of the believer

B.  Orthodox - biblically and historically affirmed by the Church

C.  Reforming - teachings that form, reform, transform lives

D.  Essentials - concerning 'primary,' rather than 'secondary,' doctrines

 

 

5 - ONGOING TRAINING IN VOCATION

(Eph. 2:10)

 

Additional materials may include:

 

- denominational distinctives

 

- church history

 

- timely emphases

 

 

4 - ONGOING TRAINING IN THE SCRIPTURES

(2 Tim. 2:15)

DIAKONIA/

PROPHETEIA

APOLOGIA

KERYGMA

DIAKONIA/

KOINONIA

DIDACHE

LEITURGIA

THE WAY

our code

THE TRUTH

our creed

THE LIFE

our communion

(John 14:6)

 

3 - HIM WE PROCLAIM! (Col. 1:28)

 

2 - 'THE STORY' (Luke 24:27)

from beginning to new beginning

 

1 - THE GOSPEL (1 Cor. 15:1-11)

'as of first importance'

 

© Gary Parrett



Part 4

IV.  Delivery Systems

A.  Key Delivery Systems

1.  Bible Studies

2.  Sunday School

3.  Small Groups

4.  Sermon

a.  Evangelical focus

b.  Exhortational focus

c.  Educational focus

5.  Working Model

a.  Sermon - The Way - Exhortation

b.  Bible Study - The Truth - Education

i.  Core classes

ii.  Electives

B.  Membership Training

C.  Systematic Approach

1.  Core - Two quarters

2.  Electives - Two quarters

3.  Working Model

Duration

44 min