The Questions: Explain the situation of the first recipients of Hebrews. Who are these people? What threats or crises are they facing? How does the letter address them? What is the basic worldview of the letter to the Hebrews? What lessons can people today draw from Hebrews? How can we apply the principles/worldview of this … More The Audience of Hebrews
Even though the name Christian hadn’t been around yet, (at the time Ephesians was written they would have been called followers of the way) Paul is given prophetic insight to see that those in heaven and on earth would be called Christians. We get our name from Christ. Paul’s prayer focuses on: Being strengthened. Christ … More Paul’s prayer for the Ephesians (Ephesians 3:14-21)
1. Discuss the issues regarding the location of the churches to which Paul wrote Galatians. Give your view of whether the region referred to as “ Galatia” represents a Northern or Southern Galatia. Defend your view. Why is the location of the church important? When one looks at the audience to whom Paul intended the book … More Who is Galatians written to?
In the first chapter of Introducing World Missions, Scott Moreau breaks down the work of Missions into two categories. The difference is broken into two categories which Moreau defines as Missions and Mission. Moreau takes the position from the International Missionary Council that “missions has been relegated to the specific work of the church and agencies … More What is Missions?
When the Apostle Paul wrote the book of Romans, he wrote in order to introduce himself to the various churches that met in Rome. Having never been in Rome, he actually knew quite a few members of the various churches that met there due to his past travels and was therefore able to use his … More Why was Romans written?
Introduction God is a missionary God. From the time that Adam and Even sinned in the garden of Eden, God has constantly been trying to bring humans back into a relationship with him. God has even promised to restore humanity in the Garden through the seed of the woman. Following the garden of Eden, God … More Unreached People Group: Nubian Fedicca-Mohas
Since its inception, Christianity has taken advantage of trade routes. Because of these trade routes, Christianity was able to make large gains in the Roman Empire as Christianity primarily spread from Jerusalem to the North up through Europe. As the Roman Empire fell, the trade routes were closed off and due to rising persecution and … More World Mission Movement