Teachers & Lessons
Contact: Rev. Julie Wright,
Minister of Adult Discipleship
email@example.com or 770.261.1732
Contact: Rev. Julie Wright,
Paul Beecham – 770.993.5636 or firstname.lastname@example.org
A Study from Hebrews, the Old and New Covenants. Look at contrasts and comparisons of the teachings and practices of the Old Testament versus the Gospel. Emphasis is on the significance of Jesus, The Lamb slain before the foundation of the world, and the central figure of all time and eternity. (3 sessions)
A Visit With The Pope. A study of Christian issues and concerns as expressed in the scriptures of I and II Peter, (the very first "Pope", Bishop of Rome). These letters were addressed to a scattering of first century churches, offering encouragement for tough times. (3 sessions)
Do You Have Enough Faith to Be an Atheist? Review recent scientific understandings that show the Genesis account as surprisingly consistent with scientific discovery and theory. (3 sessions)
A Christian Worldview. Discuss the relativism of post-modern culture, and contrast that view with the biblical understanding of Truth. Based on a book by Nancy Pearcey, Total Truth. (2-3 sessions)
A Study from Romans: Basic Christian Beliefs and Basic Christian Living. This study will focus on Paul's emphasis on the need of all mankind for a savior, whether we are numbered among the "haves" or the "have nots". It will emphasize salvation by grace thru faith. We will look at the struggle for a living faith as a distinctively Christian experience. We will also look at the future of Israel, and look at Paul's advice on living a victorious life. (4-5 sessions)
Grace and Peace: A Study from Ephesians. A 3 week study from Paul's letter to the church he had established at Ephesus, focusing on both doctrinal and practical aspects of living out our calling to be disciples of Christ in the real world that is not always receptive to our faith. (3 lessons) Taught only by Paul Beecham.
The Prodigal God: This is a revisit of the parable of The Prodigal Son, exploring the ways this story opens to us The Kingdom of God, based on a book by Timothy Keller. (3 sessions)
Paul is a husband and grandfather with more than 30 years experience in the mental health field. Paul and his wife Sara are members of the CUC Sunday school class. He has taught in the church for a number of years and is currently employed as a psychiatrist with the state prison system.
Carole Cawley – 678-575-4984, 770.977.9500, or email@example.com
Jesus Parables of Things Lost. In-depth study of 4 parables from the book of Luke, illuminated by the writings of David Wenham, Ellsworth Kalas and other resources. How many parables do you think are in Jesus’ story of the prodigal son? Only one? Let’s look deeper! (1 session)
Rebel With a Cause. Jesus as a revolutionary, based on THE PARABLES OF JESUS by David Wenham. Insights into Jesus' view of his mission to establish the new kingdom and the overthrow of Satan's rule on earth. Includes the 1st 4 apologetic parables (the parables of things lost) from the book of Luke. Which side of the revolution were the Pharisees on? Which might you have chosen? (2 sessions)
Where Is My Cross? Jesus tells us we must pick up our cross to follow him. I'm not called to full time missionary work or ministry, so what is He telling me? Lets look to the Gospels to see how Jesus illustrates this for us. Includes some insights from The Holy Land. (1 session)
The Seasons of the Soul. A study based on J.Ellsworth Kalas' interpretation of Jesus' parable of the sower. A lesson best suited for those of us who have experienced a few "seasons" of our faith journey. (1 session).
Carole has been a member of RUMC for over 20 years and is active in the Koinonia Sunday school class. As an army officer’s wife, she enjoyed the opportunity to travel. Carole equips herself to teach through regularly participating in adult Bible studies, including several Disciple Bible Study classes, and has led adult education classes in her career field.
Scott Dickson – 770.650.0197, 678.557.3755 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Stained Glass Window Treasures - Explore some of the language and symbols used in stained glass windows. Then see what stories the windows at RUMC in the sanctuary and the chapel tell.
Journey of the Apostles - We meet Jesus' disciples in the Gospel stories that we know and love. We see this group of everyday people get started and grow into disciples and students of Jesus. We go deeper with them as they grow to be Jesus' chosen Apostles. But, what happened next? After Jesus' Ascension, we know the story of Pentecost where the Apostles and others are filled with the Holy Spirit. Early church histories tell us that after Pentecost, the Apostles wen tout to spread the Gospel throughout the known world. But, we typically know little of this continuing story. Let's go with the Apostles as they press on and learn to walk in the steps of Jesus. (2 sessions)
Finding God in the Desert - In 285 A.D., Anthony retreated to the desert and with that is credited with starting the great monastic movement of the late 3rd and 4th centuries in Egypt. During this time, countless men and women "turned the desert into a city" in their quest to find out what it really means to love and serve God with all of their heart, soul, and mind, and to love their neighbor as themselves. Separated by hundreds of years and thousands of miles from them, we can still learn much from these Desert Fathers and Mothers about how we, too, can center our lives around love. (3-4 sessions)
An Early Mission to Nigeria - In the fall of 1856, the Rev. Jeremiah H. Cason and his new bride, Bettie Cooper Cason, set out as missionaries from Middle Tennessee to the Yoruba Country in Africa. Through their letters and reports, we hear about their preparation and journey and will see how they went about sharing God's word of salvation. We will see how lessons learned in their missionary experience can help us shape our mission efforts today. (2 sessions)
What's Not in the Bible and Why Not - We hear a lot today about "lost books of the Bible" and other ancient writings that "didn't make the cut" or "were banned from the Bible." What's this all about? What are these ancient writings? Why did some books get included in the Bible and others not? In this very brief look at the Apocrypha and the Pseudipigrapha, we will what these writings are, where they came from, and why we must be careful not to consider them Scriptural or on the same level as the Canon of the Bible. (2 sessions)
Christians, What do you Believe? - Believers around the world and across the centuries recite the the Apostles' Creed to summarize what we believe. What does this "historic confession of our Christian faith" say? Where did it come from? Why does it say what it says? This two-session lesson will look at the history, traditions, and the contents of the Apostles' Creed and its place in the beliefs and practices of the Christian faith across the ages. (2 sessions)
The Seasons of the Church - Do you know when "New Year's" is for the church? Why do the pastors change the colors of their stoles? Seems like as I travel, other churches are using the same Scriptures as we do some weeks. How do we select the readings for worship each week? Explore the seasons and cycles of the Christian Year and the Lectionary that follows that cycle. (2 sessions)
THREE SIMPLE RULES - Early on, people came to John Wesley and asked him how they should behave as saved people and as members of classes in the Wesleyan societies. He gave them three simple rules - Do No Harm, Do Good, Attend to the Ordinances of God. These three simple rules have continued to play an important role in how we Methodists carry ourselves as saved people in the modern world. But, what do they mean? In three sessions, we will look at the motivation behind Wesley's Rules and what they mean for us today. (3 sessions)
Scott, a member of the Rejoice! Sunday School Class, has been a part of RUMC since 1996 and leads Disciple Bible Study. He is employed as a systems engineer with Oracle, specializing in operating system software. He is an avid genealogist and family historian.
Foster Care Support Foundation, Inc. - What is it? Why does the Foundation exist? What is it like for God’s children in foster care? Do we really need this? And most importantly, how can you help? In the Bible, Jesus says, “what you do to the least of these, you do unto me” – take a closer look at the children that many in our state consider “the least.” 1 session. (note: DVD player needed)
Rachel and her family have fostered about 50 long-term foster children over 20 years. Children were from age preemie to age 14 yrs old and lived with them for an average of 1 to 2 ½ yrs each and 1 to 5 at a time. The Foundation was formed in the late 90’s to help forgotten and invisible children in the Georgia system receive needed items of everyday care. Incorporated in 2000 and operating from a trailer on the grounds of RUMC, the foundation has since quickly grown to serve more than 30,000 children from over 155 counties in the State of Georgia.
Bob Fletcher - 770-910-3530 or 770-645-1396 or email@example.com
Bob Fletcher - 770-910-3530 or 770-645-1396 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rusty Gordon – 770.594.5423 or email@example.com
Rusty is available to teach on a variety of topics including, but not limited to, the sermon theme or scriptural text.
Rusty is President and CEO of Atlanta-based Knowlagent and a recognized leader of the Atlanta Technology community as the former President of Peachtree Software, and founder and CEO of Choice International, GTE Retail Systems, Automated Design Systems and iFLEET as well as founder or board member of several community organizations including High Tech Ministries. Rusty has served with RUMC in many capacities the most noted being a senior high leader for the last 17years.
Cindy Hamrin – 770.752.7137 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Being Blessed: Stephen Ministry. A Stephen Minister is a committed Christian who wants to be there for others going through difficult times in their lives. What is it like to receive care? How do you get involved? Learn more about this important ministry that may be of benefit to you or to a loved one. (1 session)
Paws for Smiles. The pet ministry lesson is focused on the value of engaging pets with others...what it takes to become a member of RUMC's paws for smiles...and where we visit. (1 session)
RUMC Cancer Support Ministry. Formed in 2009 learn more about this ministry focused on providing daily needs to those within our church that are dealing with cancer. We will describe the types of services that are available through the current SERVE team efforts and how we provide support in a one-on-one relationship.
Cindy Hamrin has been a member of RUMC for ten years. In addition to being a Stephen Minister, she also leads the Pet Ministry (Paws for Smiles) which visits local assisted living facilities, and the newly formed Cancer Support Ministry.
Tom Knight - 770-992-7663 or email@example.com
The Will of God. A thought-provoking look at this timeless classic written by Leslie Weatherhead. Suitable for small groups as it will likely promote discussion – and may stir controversy! (1 session)
The Roots of Islam. Based on Andy Stanley's sermon series called, The Star, the Cross and the Crescent, we’ll take a look at foundational understandings of the Muslim faith. (1 session)
Ancient Scriptures and Modern Archeology. A review of what modern archeology tells us about Biblical history, from Abraham to the early Christian church. (1 session).
Tom and his wife Martha are long-time members of RUMC and are active in the CUC Sunday School class. Retired from BellSouth, Tom now enjoys traveling – including a trip to the Holy Land in 2006 – and taking those classes he didn’t have time for while studying electrical engineering at NC State! He and Martha are parents of three adult children and grandparents of four.
Jennifer Koon Carney– 770-645-7990 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Jennifer is available to teach lessons that help strengthen our faith by broadening our exposure to other religions & faiths. Past lessons have explored the beliefs of Latter-day Saints, Muslims and Judaism. Jennifer's newest lesson explores the practices of Jehovah's Witnesses and the importance of the Watchtower Society. Contact Jennifer for additional offerings or with your requests.
Jennifer has been attending RUMC for more than twenty years. She and her husband John recently celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary and are members of in the Builders Sunday School Class. They have two sons, Shannon and Owen. Jennifer volunteers with the RUMC Job Networking ministry as a resume reviewer.
Rev. Nancy Folsom Lane– 770.261.1752 or email@example.com
Nancy is available to teach on seasonal texts in addition to those topics below
RUMC Counseling Center Resources
Stephen Ministry and Caring Skill Resources
End of Life Planning and Grief Related Topics
How to Keep the Suburbs from Killing Your Soul. Based on David Goetz’s book Death by Suburb, this class can help you learn how to maintain your faith and even grow it, when so many of your friends, neighbors and coworkers are trying to “keep up with the Jones.” As a healing salve, we’ll discover opportunities for growth through spiritual disciplines and practices that help folks like you and me navigate the challenges of suburban culture. (1 session)
Celebrate Loving. Help for parents in talking to their kids about a Christian perspective on sexuality. (1-3 sessions; parents of late elementary children - youth)
Enough is Enough - Growing into a life of Simplicity. Based upon Adam Hamilton’s book Enough – Discovering Joy Through Simplicity and Generosity we’ll explore how “enough is enough” emerges as a stage in our faith development that when taken seriously, can lead us to purge, share and grow. (1-3 sessions).
The Exhausting Task of Zoo Keeping. What kind of animals run wild in the zoo you keep? Forgiveness is tough and we often find it is easier to feed those at our zoo (our anger and hurts) verses taking charge of “animals” that control us. Grieving the lost or letting go takes time, but it does lead to peace. In this study we will explore Christ like methods to forgive that will lead to you getting a handle on your “zoo.” (1-2 Sessions).
Money, Sex, and Power – Richard Foster addresses these three topics in his book, The Challenge of the Disciplined Life. In 1-3 sessions we will reflect on these three timeless topics, relevant scripture, and what Christ calls us to as we live as growing and faithful disciples.
Nancy Folsom Lane was ordained a Deacon in full-connection in 1998, in the North Georgia Annual Conference. She previously served churches in Sumter, SC and Lawrenceville, GA. Currently Nancy serves Roswell UMC as Associate Minister: Serve where she works primarily in the areas of care and mission. Nancy serves on the Atlanta Roswell District Committee of Ordained Ministry. Nancy resides with her husband Mike and daughters Riley, Madalyn, and Avery in West Cobb. As a family, they enjoy traveling and cooking.
Dr. Mike Miller -firstname.lastname@example.org or 678.358.5957
Exploring the Bible - Study in depth to become more familiar with various books and passages of the Bible. Some passages or books are: Job, studying the structure, significance, problems, meaning, and message of this ancient story within a story; Genesis 1-11: study the biblical creation narrative; Jeremiah: study the life and teachings of this prophet of Judah, and the significance of those teachings for our time. (3-6 sessions each)
The Decline and Fall of Western Christianity - An examination of the rise of the church, the significance of the Reformation, and the situation of the western church after three centuries of the Enlightenment (The Age of Reason).
Ethiopia--In a three-part series, Mike will share the history of the nation and current status/problems; the history of the Meserete Kristos Church and the College; and personal involvement and insights. (3 sessions)
A Concept of God to Match the 21st Century. We are in the midst of a shift in our idea of Creation every bit as earthshaking as the movement from Medieval cosmology to the world of Newton and the industrial age. What is a concept of God that will match the discoveries of astronomy and physics of the past century? Let us think together about an understanding of God big enough to encompass the New World. (2 sessions)
DEEP ECOLOGY -- Some 30 years ago, environmental scientists, led by Arne Naess, a Norwegian anthropologist, developed the concept of “Deep Ecology” as a way of thinking radically about an earth that will support a sustainable population of human beings. The ideas that they have put forward challenge our way of life and the degradation to the earth’s environment that is continuing and mostly accelerating. Their thinking is a spiritual challenge to all humans, especially to Christians. The course will be an introduction to the ideas of Deep Ecology. (3 sessions)
C.S. Lewis - Covering his life and writings. (3 sessions)
In addition to the above topics, Mike enjoys teaching on the Book of Romans.
Mike is an ordained elder in the United Methodist Church, and served as Minister of Education at RUMC from 1989 until his retirement in 1998. He served as a naval officer aboard submarines before responding to the call to ordained ministry. Mike earned a Ph.D in Old Testament from Boston University, and is 'keeping his hand in' through teaching Bible studies such as these since he and Dolores returned to RUMC in 2005. Mike spent several months during the spring of 2009 teaching in a seminary in Ethiopia.
Mission Experienced Teachers: Contact Mike Phelps, email@example.com
Several volunteers are prepared to teach your class about missions and RUMC’s involvement both locally and around the world. Topics include:
~How the Global Missions Team works
~Local missions and how to get involved
~What the Bible says about missions
~Summer mission trip testimonies
~Family mission opportunities
~Missions that serve different cultures in our own neighborhood
~Missions that share the Gospel where it has never been heard
~Missions that serve those who many avoid (prostitutes, addicts, prisoners, etc.)
~Reaching the Hispanic population of Roswell
Kelly Myrick 770.298.0531 mobile or firstname.lastname@example.org
Why Are There Four Gospels? The first three gospels are quite similar yet each was written for a specific purpose. This lesson will examine the gospel authors, present insight into the context and background of their writing, and the unique purpose for each. (1 session)
Radical. The recent best-selling book by David Platt challenges us to re-examine our understanding of the Gospel. Have we watered-down the requirements and meaning of being a disciple to fit our desire to retain the "American Dream"? Jesus called us to a wonderful and exhilarating life of service and commitment to his mission. It might be "radical" but it is what Jesus taught. This lesson will review the book and examine the scriptures which may challenge our "comfortable" understanding of the Gospel. (1-2 sessions)
Status of World Christianity and Great Commission. Jesus gave a clear command to the Apostles (and us) via the Great Commission. What was their response? Were Peter and Paul the missionaries responsible for the early church? What about today's missionaries? Are they effective in continuing the response to the Great Commission? This overview will examine these questions as well as the status of today s global human need and the state of World Christianity. (1 session)
People Migrations, a Broad Perspective. God has used the migration of peoples (exile, conquest, and immigration) to spread the gospel from the beginning of time. This lesson will be a review of how has God used migration to accomplish His objective of reaching out to all peoples and will include a macro view of future immigration trends and prompt the consideration of our role. (1 session or can be done with Jenny’s lesson as 2 part).
Jenny Myrick – 770-643-2994
Sojourners in our Midst. This lesson examines different perspectives of the sojourner. What does the Bible say about the sojourner? What is the position of the United Methodist Church? What does it feel like to be the sojourner? How is God calling RUMC to minister to the sojourner? We will examine these questions and discuss how members of RUMC are responding to God's call.
Kelly and Jenny have been married for 20 years and have two kids, Edwin (11) and Ginger (7). After completing Perspectives (a mission-oriented study), Kelly felt the call to develop new programs outside of RUMC s traditional mission programs. He has organized several mission trips to Mongolia and Africa and has led efforts at RUMC in Micro Enterprise Development (i.e. small business formation). Jenny is leading a mission trip to Guatemala in 2013 and is also involved with efforts within the church to organize an Hispanic ministry.
Rick Page - email@example.com
How did Methodists Get to Be Methodist? In a 3-week series you will be visited by Constantine the Great, Martin Luther, and John Wesley who will discuss the history the church from the Romans to the Reformation to Roswell. (3 sessions)
Too Smart for Your Own God. A 2-week series exploring the intellectual approach to faith: where curiosity ends and faith begins. (2 sessions)
The Paradox of Pride. Pride is a good thing; pride is also a sin. How much is enough? (1 session)
"4 x 4 Faith". In life we face 4 types of forces in our world--disease and disaster, circumstance, choices, and intercession. Our choices of how to respond in these situations defines our faith. We respond with thankfulness, pride, hope, or despair. (1 session)
How We Got the Bible. This class traces the origins of our Bible: how the books of the canon were chosen, where are the oldest manuscripts now, what it took to get the Bible into English, and the path and process of creating the King James Version. Based on God's Secretaries and A Pictorial History of the English Bible. (2-3 sessions)
Rick has been a member of RUMC for over thirty years with his wife Pam and is active in the Bereans Sunday school class. He has long been involved through teaching adults and youth, and have played an integral part in establishing D.A.R.E. – the Disaster Assistance Response Effort.
John Pearson – 770.587.1250 or firstname.lastname@example.org
God's Mission in Peru for RUMC. God's Mission in Peru for RUMC. RUMC's missions in Peru center around mobilizing the church for God's Kingdom, growing HIS church in Peru. Our mission partners are Arthur & Mary Alice Ivey, who have been in Peru for 12 years and have developed a team of 5500 Peruvians in their leadership and discipleship network from as far away as 2 days from their home, Huancayo. John has led seven medical mission teams in most areas of Peru, from the Amazon jungle to over 12,000 feet in the high Andes Mountains, where we use medical care and love to bring locals to His church. We have also conducted three Micro Enterprise missions in Huancayo, teaching Peruvians how to start small businesses. Our 2012 medical mission treated 851 patients (doctors/nurses, dental, optical, pharmacy), hundreds of children learned and played with our team, and 400 said YES! to Jesus for the first time in our Spiritual area. Contrary to popular belief, MOST in our team are NOT medical people as it takes 3-4 non- medical people to support one doctor. What does RUMC do in Peru? What is our future in Peru ? You may be surprised !
PS: Arthur Ivey, Billy Drum, Jorge Alalya and John conducted a fact-finding mission 7 hours down the River Ene, and a mile hike into the Amazon Jungle with the Ashinica Tribe, a least-reached people group living much like they have for hundreds of years. Picture highlights of this mission are outstanding!
John’s education is in music, his avocation is backpacking and mountain climbing, but his current passion centers on missions – local to global. An enthusiastic teacher, John has taught at RUMC in both children’s Sunday school and adult Bible studies.
Ward Pyles – 678.862.8339 or email@example.com
Protection and the Internet. Are you protecting yourself from Identity theft or your family from Internet Predators? The threat to you and your family is a rapidly changing environment. Ward, a Risk Management Analyst and partner with many state and federal agencies, tailors his lesson directly for the audience. Your best defense against attacks and vulnerabilities is knowledge. Ward provides a simplified everyday description of how to protect your household at home, electronically, and traveling. Pick any of the following topics or request a specific interest.
¨Internet Predators - This lesson is specific to either students or parents and discusses online threats to teens, how to protect them, and how to create a internet usage agreement for the family.
¨Personal Information Security - This lesson takes a look at Internet threats such as viruses, spam, malware and cell phones, and gives simple tools that everyone can use to help protect their computers.
¨Identity Theft - A growing threat to the world, during the lesson you will learn how to protect yourself from having your identity stolen.
¨Requested Topic - Does your class have a concern or desire to learn more about technology or how to protect yourself? If you can come up with a topic Ward will provide a deeper understanding.
Lessons can be condensed to 1 hour but for valuable discussion, 1.5 to two hours are desired. Feel free to break up any lesson into multiple sessions.
Ward works as an Information Security Analyst with the Southern Company with current focus on Security related policy and associated compliance. He is actively engaged with the Metro Atlanta Information Systems Security Association and with programs sponsored by state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Jamie Schuette – 770.643.0153, 404.402.3224, or firstname.lastname@example.org (limited availability)
Loving Your Enemies - This interactive class is based on a speech by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It provides everyone with some biblical and US history, while sharing some great advice regarding the 'why' and 'how do we' love our enemies. (1 session)
Jamie is a member of the Open View Sunday school class and volunteers with Kidz Zone on a regular basis. He and his wife, Stephanie, enjoy volunteering for the church with their two children.
Alexander Thomson - 770.993.7377 or email@example.com
Alexander is available to teach on a scriptural text of your choice, on scripture he is studying at the moment, or on the following prepared lessons.
In the Beginning…a look at what Genesis Chapter 1 and what it says about God as Creator. A follow up session, on what "God's second book", nature, tells us about creation and evolution, is available if desired. (1 or 2 sessions)
What does the Bible say about homosexuality - Let's look. Two sessions, one on the Old Testament and one on the New, with time for discussion. (2 sessions)
The Circle and the Square! Let these two shapes help you contrast the New and the Old Covenants and focus your life as a Christian. 1 Session.
The Moral Teachings of Jesus! New Morality! The Moral Majority! Moral Confusion! Just what did Jesus teach about morality? (2 Sessions).
The Kingdom Sayings of Jesus! We pray “Thy Kingdom Come”. What does that mean to you? Just what did Jesus mean when he spoke of the Kingdom of God? What is it? When is it? What meaning does it have for Christians today? (2-3 Sessions)
The God I Know (2 Sessions)
Psalm 46 – God is our Refuge (1 Session)
Seeing the Unseen Christ (1 Session)
Love Your Enemies (1 Session)
Why did the Kill the Prophets (1 Session)
Lovers of the Bible Lessons from married couples in the Bible. (1 Session)
Christmas Lights (1 Session)
Alexander has been a member of RUMC since 1998. He and his wife Rita are members of the Bereans Sunday School class and have two adult children, Winston and Helen. Alexander has taught eighth grade and high school Sunday school, has led the pilot classes offered through the Wesley Seminary “Wesley Ministry Network,” and has co-facilitated a Disciple III class. Alexander has chaired the GROW Council for three years and is on the Adult Education Committee.
Rev. Julie Wright – 770.261.1732 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie is available to teach on a scriptural text of your choice, on Scripture, or a book she is studying at the moment. She has taught classes on "Heaven" by Randy Alcorn; on Biblical Storytelling; on "Celebration of Discipline" by Richard Foster, and more.
Rev. Julie Wright is Minister of Adult Discipleship at RUMC. She has been married for 25 years, has three children, and graduated from Asbury Theological Seminary with a Masters of Arts in Christian Education in May 2008. She was commissioned as a provisional deacon at the 2009 North Georgia Annual Conference.
List of Study Helps (by no means exhaustive!)
Lectionary and Study Helps:
For the listing of available resources in the Adult Education office that can be borrowed:
Books that may be helpful as studies, and as resources:
· Every Woman in the Bible, by Sue and Larry Richards
· A Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs: A Reference Guide to More Than 700 Topics Discussed by the Early Church Fathers, by David W. Bercot, Editor
· Eerdman’s Commentary on the Bible, by James D. G. Dunn and John Rogerson, Editors
· Where to Find it in the Bible: The Ultimate A to Z Resource, by Ken Anderson
· As if the Heart Mattered: A Wesleyan Spirituality, by Gregory S. Clapper
· Luke: Historian & Theologian, by
· Healing in the New Testament: Insights from Medical and Mediterranean Anthropology, by John J. Pilch
· Paul’s Letter to the Romans: A Commentary, by Peter Stuhlmacher
· The Parables of Jesus, by J. Dwight Pentecost
· The Parables For Today, by Alyce M. McKenzie
· Paul and the Corinthians: The Life and Letters of Paul, by Robert W. Wingard
· 7 Ways of Teaching the Bible to Adults: Using Our Multiple Intelligences to Build Faith, by Barbara Bruce
· Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, by Thomas Armstrong
· Workbook on Communion and Baptism, by Hoyt L. Hickman
· Every Prophecy of the Bible, by John F. Walvoord
· See How Jesus Handled Rejection: People Even Jesus Failed to Reach, by Gerald H. Ihle
· A Healing Homiletic: Preaching and Disability, by Kathy Black
· The Worshiping Life: Meditations on the Order of Worship, by Lisa Nichols Hickman
· Yes, Lord, I Have Sinned. But I have Several Excellent Excuses, by James W. Moore
· Christian Caregiving, a Way of Life, by Kenneth C. Haugk
· Winter Grace: Spirituality and Aging, by Kathleen Fischer
· Ashes Transformed: Healing From Trauma, by Tilda Norberg
· Grieving: Our Path Back to Peace, by James R. White
· The Wounded Spirit, by Frank Peretti
· When Someone You Love Is Dying: Making Wise Decisions at the End of Life, by David Clark Ph.D., and Peter Emmett M.D.
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