As part of our theological commitment to congregations, we are pleased to announce that we are hosting a no-cost small group lesson plan for your congregation or small group ministry. The series of lessons entitled “An Open Letter: 2 Corinthians in Perspective” is designed as an all inclusive lesson plan for high school and college age students and young professionals. The six week course has been designed by a cohort of students from Princeton Theological Seminary and will be hosted by Worship Times on a free-to-access website. It includes video introductions, video discussion prompts, written study guides, discussion questions, and built in tools for user feedback. It is specially designed for small group ministries or for any Bible study that includes group discussion.
Here is a short introduction to the study guide from the lesson’s introduction.
Who are we? There are many things in the world that try to give us the answer to that question. I am an athlete. I am a punk rocker. I am a waiter. I am a student.
Paul, one of the writers of books that would form the Bible, wrote to a community trying to help them understand who they were. But instead of being defined by their job or their taste in music or place in life, Paul wanted to give them images that helped them understand who they are based on who God is, what God has done for them, and what we are to do in response.
There are six images from the book of 2 Corinthians that this study focuses on:
- We are the Aroma of Christ
- We are Clay Jars
- We are New Lens
- We are Ambassadors
- We are Gifts
- We are Letters
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