By Mark Miller
Sunday School Specialist, TBC
Over the last year, I have had the joy of sitting in on over 35 different Sunday School classes or groups. These groups have been from churches that averaged 15 to 1,800. At least three things took place in every one of these classes or groups. People were prayed for. Some type of fellowship took place among the members. And the Bible was taught.
WOW! If that is all Sunday School is, it is worth doing.
But this experience has caused me to ask a question. It has become a question that I ask in almost every conference. It is a question that I often used to start every consultation. And it is a question that I have even asked from the pulpit. Here’s the question:
If all Sunday School does is teach those who show up, pray for those who show up, and fellowship with those who show up, is that enough? [Read more…]