New Lesson Submitted: In Like Manner

Yesterday I received an email from Jonathan McClintock, Adult Curriculum Editor for Word Aflame Publications. He was in a bit of a “jam,” to use his word, with four lessons due in about two weeks and no writer. I agreed to accept the project.

At 6:36 this evening, I submitted the first of these lessons, titled “In Like Manner.” The four lessons are part of a series titled “Hope for the Last Days,” and they will be published for the Winter 2019-20 quarter of The Discipleship Project.

The series “Big Idea” is: Because Jesus promised to return for His church, we should look for His appearing, with Titus 2:13 as the Scripture focus. I especially like the New King James Version of this verse, and I’m sure you will see why: “Looking for the blessed hope and glorious apearing of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ.”

The “Big Idea” for lesson 1 is: We can have hope because Jesus is returning for His people, with I Thessalonians 4:18 as the Scripture focus. I finished the lesson with precisely 3200 words.

I hope you will consider using The Discipleship Project, published by the Pentecostal Publishing House. You can check out the resources available at www.pentecostalpublishing.com.