Tag Archives: Sunday School

A Bus Ministry That Bears Fruit

Even more than Sunday school, the bus ministry has been attacked as being an expensive, unproductive ministry. Unfortunately it has been described by some as a “glorified baby-sitting program.” It is not, nor should it be! Many churches have sold their buses and given up their routes. How sad! They have succumbed to the proverbial […]

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The Four Most Successful Methods of Evangelism

It has been said that you can cut down a tree with a chain saw or a pocket knife. Both do the job, one just does it faster than the other. Which would you rather use? A pocket knife? Not hardly. If the chain saw is available for use, why not use it? It is […]

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Why Bus Ministry?

Why should your church consider launching a bus ministry? Greatest single reason: souls. Bus ministry has proven to be a powerful method to win both children and parents. One pastor recently shared the following testimony. “Over the past twelve months we have seen twelve children saved as a result of our bus ministry. We have […]

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Four Key Evangelism Methods

Carl spotted his good friend Jacob coming through the door of the sanctuary.  He left the platform to greet him. “Come on back to my office.  Church doesn’t start for another twenty minutes.  It will give us time to catch up.” Back in the office, Carl motioned Jacob to a chair and grabbed a cold […]

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What An Evangelist Sunday School Looks Like

  Pastor Fields stood before the assembled group of Sunday school teachers and bus workers and called the meeting go order. “Thank you for coming out tonight.  I know everyone’s busy and it’s not easy to give up one of your evenings for a Sunday school staff meeting, but we have a lot to cover […]

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Why Sunday School Is So Important

  Isaac and Ashley pulled into the church parking lot of First Apostolic Church at 9:57 on Sunday morning.  They were new in town.  Isaac’s job had transferred him when the new FedEx distribution hub had opened.  This was their first chance to attend at what they hoped would be their new church home.  Both […]

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Who Owns Your Car?

by Tim Massengale               Pastor Mark North took a last bite of his omelet and washed it quickly down with a gulp of black coffee.  Wiping his mouth with the napkin, he reached for the check. “Thanks again, Elder, for inviting me to meet you for breakfast.  Sorry to […]

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