Teaching that Aims at Discipleship
I hope you are well! I’m looking forward to worshipping together this weekend after being away. Pastor Dave and I traveled down south to celebrate our brother Joshua Taylor’s wedding (see pics here: one, two, three!) along with Jessica, his new bride. It was a great time! This Sunday we start Adult and Youth Sunday School which play an integral role in why we exist as a church. Under the sway of Matthew 28:18-20, we say that Jubilee exists to grow as disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ. A barometer of our growth is our obedience. In making disciples we are to teach one another to observe all that Jesus has commanded us. Our Sunday school classes avail us of the opportunity for teaching that aims at discipleship. Last week Lifeway Research and Ligonier Ministries dropped their State of Theology Survey. You will find it here. Let me encourage you to read it. It highlights the need for churches to have robust spaces where theological teaching and development occur within the life of the church. We hope that our Sunday school classes over the years will be one of those spaces.
Learning to obey with you,