Have you asked yourself at times why a doctrine is taught, or have you asked yourself what topics are more important for a new Christian, a church member, or a lost person?
MBBC has produced effective materials to satisfy the training needs of both disciples and disciplers. These lessons are good for personal study or for using when teaching others. These studies offer a systematic process in training topics to help students understand not only what truths to believe but why these truths are right. These studies have been used in the advancement of disciples from milk to solid food by laying a strong foundation in doctrine, establishing a solid base in the Biblical concepts, communicating clearly the principles of faith, equipping disciples to effectively defend Biblical truths, and stimulating an enthusiasm to teach the truths of the Bible with confidence.
All of our studies are available through our resource library at the back door of the MBBC auditorium. Below are links to download the materials. You are welcome to print the books for your personal use or to use as training materials.
Failure to answer questions convinces some that there are no good reasons to believe the Bible. Too often Christians have been weakened in their faith or intimidated due to lack of answers. The following are great faith builders and tools to use on outreach (Proverbs 24:5; 1 Peter 3:15).
Evangelism (The Gospel Truth Series)
A wonderful series for one-on-one lessons, small groups, self-study, and as a correspondence study. Each lesson systematically guides students from an overview of the Gospel message in lesson one to an expanded explanation of important and frequently asked questions and topics about the Gospel. The goal is salvation or at least an examination of one’s salvation in light of clear Biblical instruction.
What topics are best to teach a new Christian? These lessons present the principles most essential for spiritual growth needed by both the beginner and the mature.
Discipleship is all about advancing disciples in their maturity, doctrine, character, and ministry skills. With a foundation built consisting of salvation, assurance, dealing with sin and temptation, applying the disciplines to utilize the three resources, and bonding in church ministry, a disciple is ready to begin the process of being weaned from the daily dose of spoon fed training. The following lessons advance disciples in their doctrine, character, and skills so that they can begin the process of making disciples too.