THE FUTURE CHURCH TODAY: Setting the pace for the world.
IS DEMOCRACY A BIBLICAL CONSTRUCT? Laying the foundation for community government.
THE FAMILY: A DIVINE CONSTRUCT. The Church as a Divine household
SEVEN STEPS TOWARD KINGDOM MATURITY: Preparing Christians to become Community Transformational Leaders.
SEVEN FUNCTIONS IN DEVELOPING A SOCIALLY COHESIVE AND PROSPEROUS COMMUNITY
STRATEGIC PLANNING AND THE KINGDOM MANDATE
CREATING A CITY OF WORSHIP AND CELEBRATIVE PRAISE.
THE PRINCIPLE OF NEW BEGINNINGS IN THE END TIMES
Hondouts and Exercises would be provided below
The New Book - The Church in the Post COVID-19 ERA
Monthly Devotional for September
DEVOTIONAL READING SCHEDULE
Bishop CB Peter Morgan
Paul’s letter to the Roman Christians is climaxed by our understanding of the transition from God’s dealings with His covenanted people of the Old Testament to His renewal of the covenant with His Ekklesia which is now established in Christ. Paul weeps for his people and pleads with them to embrace the new covenant in Christ. God has not discarded the Jews, but He has established a new nation-people as the foundation of His Kingdom work among the nations of the world. Those of the old covenant who are now found in Christ will be adopted into this new covenant of promise so they are not left out. Because the Church owes a debt to Israel they must include them in their mission as they disciple nations.
The responsibility which the Church (the Ekklesia of Christ) has to disciple nations can be instructed by God’s design in discipling His first fruit nation Israel. Hence it is to our benefit to study the Book of Deuteronomy and follow the principles laid out for building a community and establishing a socio-judicial culture based on the laws and precepts and statutes and judgments of God.
(Many of the daily readings this month are longer than usual but it is good to follow the narrative each day so as to understand the journey of a people being shaped by its Leadership under God.)
This devotional exercise is also designed to guide you through a personal experience of self-assessment, self-effacement and self-affirmation. Concentrate on selected verses as you read the scheduled passage for each day. Then meditate on their significance to your faith, and the importance of applying it personally and practically to your daily life. Keep a personal journal of daily reflections which you may share with me or with others afterwards.