1 Corinthians 1-4
Part 1 of an ongoing study on the Book of 1 Corinthians.
Overview Purpose: Paul’s intent in writing to the Corinthian church was to expose evil that persistently threatened to destroy true Christianity. The Gospel was applied to a host of issues, including immorality, marriage and adultery, intellectualism, public worship, and spiritual gifts. Author: Paul the Apostle Date Written: About A.D. 55 Setting: Corinth was a...Read More
Jesus always steps on the scene at the appropriate moment.
Some time ago, I visited a clock shop in Leavenworth, Washington, which featured grandfather clocks. On the wall, a sign said that they would deliver a grandfather clock anywhere within a one-hundred-mile radius of Leavenworth, set it up, and make sure that it ran accurately. A couple of customers were...Read More
Study materials for all ages.
Our curriculum materials include weekly Sunday school lessons for students from elementary school ages through adults, with activities, stories, study questions, and memory verses appropriate for each learning level. We are also developing a series called Daybreak that goes through the Bible chapter by chapter with daily lessons. Discovery is a companion series to Daybreak which gives a weekly lessons with more study questions. Finally, we have several six- to thirteen-week studies on specific topics such as holiness in daily life and preparing the heart for revival.VIEW MORE
A past that is worth remembering.
Our history goes back to the Azusa Revival of 1906, and we are proud to be able to share the original Azusa papers which document that event. We also have hundreds of testimonies from our "Gospel Pioneers" who encourage and challenge us with their faith, and a commemorative history book chronicling how this work expanded during the first one hundred years.VIEW MORE
Our foreign language resources.
Publishing Gospel literature and spreading it around the world has been our mission for over one hundred years, and we are pleased to offer some of it in several foreign languages. The materials include doctrinal teachings, sermons based on the Word of God, personal testimonies of lives that have been changed by the power of God, and other study resources.VIEW MORE