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Making Christlike Disciples

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
David A. Ackerman
Larnie Sam A. Tabuena

Jesus left his disciples with a simple command: make disciples (Matthew 28:19-20). Though simply stated, this command encompasses all of life, including theological education. The highest goal of theological education is to help students grow into the likeness of Jesus Christ. This is demonstrated in student's ability to model Jesus by helping others grow into Christlikeness.

Sunday School - Elementary, Year 3 (Student & Teacher)

Discipleship Ministries of the Mesoamerica Region (Church of the Nazarene) presents its complete collection of books for Christian education for children.

This series is designed for students and teachers of children from 4 to 11 years of age. Children will learn the lessons of the Bible according to their age. At the end of their elementary school years, they will have gone through the challenging biblical stories as well as various appropriate themes for each stage of their childhood and pre-teenage years.

The WHOLE Church Evangelizing

Seven messages delivered at a series of conventions held during the fall of 1969. These gatherings were under the sponsorship of the Department of Evangelism of the Church of the Nazarene, and directed by the executive secretary, Dr. John L.Knight. The messages cover a wide range of outreach from the pastor himself, to the church services, the Sunday school, and the youth organization, with particular emphasis upon the involvement of laymen. Hence the title: The WHOLE Church Evangelizing. 
 
01 -- The Imperative Of Evangelism -- V. H. Lewis 

Safety First: Twelve Theological Discussions

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Benjamin Franklin Neely

Content Notes: The existence of God -- A personal devil -- The authenticity of the Bible -- The deity of Jesus Christ -- The divine origin of man -- The personality of the Holy Spirit -- The miracle of regeneration -- Conditional salvation vs. universalism -- Free will vs. predestination -- The possibility of apostasy vs. unconditional security -- The second blessing vs. all others -- The freedom from sin vs. sinning as a necessity.

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