The curriculum includes 6 videos as well as a participant guide and 6 sermon outlines.
All resources are available for download for free.
Welcome to a six-session study on the Great Commission. For hundreds of years committed Christians have gone to the ends of the earth in response to our Lord’s command to take the Gospel to everyone... everywhere!
During the next few weeks we hope that you will be captured by the vision of a world that is increasingly being reached with the Message of the love and forgiveness of Jesus.
We pray that you will become men and women of Issachar. More than 3,000 years ago, God raised up a cadre of 200 men and their families, from the tribe of Issachar, to give leadership to His people because they “Understood the times and knew what Israel should do.”
ZERO languages without the Scriptures
ZERO people groups without Disciple Makers
ZERO oral learners without an oral Bible
ZERO villages or neighborhoods without a church
ZERO people who have not heard the Gospel
This study is dedicated to helping Believers understand what God has told us to do regarding His Great Commission. Like the men and women of Issachar in the Old Testament, we need to know what the church should be doing in the day in which we live. How are we doing in making disciples in every nation, preaching the Gospel to every person and establishing a church in every neighborhood?Download the Curriculum
Scripture translation, both written and oral, is essential to the completion of the Great Commission. Regular Bible reading results in life change. Explore how you can fund translation efforts for the languages that have no Scriptures.Download the Curriculum
Each person needs to determine how he or she will be involved in personal evangelism. In this session we will explore a) giving our personal testimony, b) becoming an on-line missionary, c) giving away films to friends and neighbors, d) using short films to open spiritual conversations and many more. Secondly, we will discuss about the role of media and the response of people globally. Finally, we will explore how to use storytelling as a means of presenting the Gospel.Download the Curriculum
We can’t “make disciples of all nations” if we don’t send workers to all nations. It has been 2000 years since Jesus came to earth. How much longer will these people groups have to wait before we take them the Gospel? Who exactly are these people groups and where do they live?Download the Curriculum
In this session we will explore the need for unity within the body of Christ so that non-Christians would know that Jesus came from God, and that He loves them as much as He loves Jesus. You will see the opportunity that to extend the Kingdom, means to begin giving toward those areas that have been most neglected.Download the Curriculum
Consider the significance of becoming men and women of Issachar, who understand from the Scripture what it is we are supposed to do as it relates to the Great Commission and is generally aware of the progress the global church has been making in each of these elements. Believe that every neighborhood and village deserves to have its own local church where believers can be brought to maturity in Christ.Download the Curriculum
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