We invite preachers (and Bible school teachers too, why not?) to post a synopsis of your lessons today. Please share the main idea, the “so what?” of your lesson(s) especially. You can do this in the comments, or email us and we’ll give the lesson its own post.
TFR Fellows, of course, are expected to make their own posts.
To encourage you, this little cartoon:
Some encouragement, right?!
I’m having deja vu here. I think this topic has been covered before. None the less…
When we assemble on Sunday mornings, we worship first and then have our Bible classes. I thought it odd at first, but have grown to prefer it. The emphasis of our assembling is placed on worship and the Lord’s supper. The downside is that it often confuses our visitors.
I wonder how many of us would fit into this cartoon? I am glad that we can be in a Bible class in our congregation. At Cherry Street, we have 2 “adult” classes (probably need a 3rd one–maybe the one the brother above is called into).
We have one class for “post-College” age up to “early 50’s.” Also, we have an older adult class comprised of what some call “senior saints,” probably 55-?. Our oldest class member is 88 yrs old.
I was wondering how many adult calsses you all have. (Note: we have about 85-100 in mroning attendance), so I’m sure the larger the congregation, perhaps the more classes available