Check Out the Library!

The Grass Roots Theological Library was created as a gift for YOU, if you happen to be a student of God’s Word.  Waiting on these shelves are many unique resources for pastors, teachers, and people in the pew.  Read on for some highlights . . .

If you’ve tuned in through Twitter, FaceBook or Email, you’ve been browsing the Bible Journal shelf, my ongoing original commentary on whatever I’ve been studying.  But there’s so much more to discover in this Library made for biblical literacy!

Are you excited to learn the Bible better, but don’t know where to start?  Check out the “Short Takes” shelf for self-paced studies, and look into Essays & Talks for resources that will build your familiarity with the big-picture story of Scripture.

Are you an elder or teacher seeking ideas for lessons?  The “Entry Level Lessons” shelf holds a collection of text-focused plans written for adult Bible classes.  These outlines are complete enough to carry you through a busy season, but open-ended enough for you to add your own personal stamp.

Pastors and others who love in-depth studies will enjoy the original surveys I’ve created to explore some NT treasures, as well as a collection of reviews of Books You’d Rather Not Read Yourself.

These are just a few of the treasures waiting for you at the Grass Roots Theological Library.  Come browse, and take away a gift!

“The grass withers, the flower fades, but the word of our God will stand forever.”  Isaiah 40:8

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(Next up:  Paul on Jesus, Part 3.)

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