Unstoppable Gospel Bible Study Book includes a small group experience for six sessions, applicable Scripture, key word study, and a life application section called “Live It Out.”Some people say they like Jesus but there’s no point to the church. As far as they’re concerned, the church is a failed institution. However, the church is far from a lost cause! In fact, it’s unstoppable. The followers of Christ have been given an unstoppable power—the very Spirit of God. And they have been given an unstoppable mission and message.This study journeys through the exciting early days of the church. Discover what made the early church so powerful. As the Book of Acts opens, you’ll see a room full of huddled, scared disciples, completely powerless and uncertain of the future. You’ll also see these same followers become empowered men and women, advancing throughout the world, proclaiming the unstoppable gospel that turned the world upside down.The story of the unstoppable gospel continues today. It is our story. In Christ, we are unstoppable.
Session titles: Unstoppable Mission—Acts 1:4-8, 12-14 Unstoppable Message—Acts 2:22-24, 32-33, 36-38 Unstoppable Love—Acts 2:41-47 Unstoppable Opportunities—Acts 3:1-10 Unstoppable Courage—Acts 4:1-3, 8-12, 19-20 Unstoppable Impact—Acts 17:16-18, 22-23, 30-31
Features: Biblically rooted and gospel-centered content Leader material (guides to questions with optional questions and activities, general leadership, etc.) Life application-based, topical studies Streamlined experience Commentary and word study Sermon outlines available at www.biblestudiesforlife.com/media
Benefits: Create a sense of expectancy related to God’s work in the lives of group members Help believers understand and trust the unstoppable nature of the Holy Spirit working in them Get biblical insight for your life today. Help leaders prepare for the group meeting and feel confident in their understanding of the material. Use content to develop new leaders.
Author: Gregg Matte is the senior pastor of Houston’s First Baptist Church, a multisite church with five campuses. Before coming to Houston’s First in 2004, Gregg founded Breakaway Ministries at Texas A&M University, a weekly gathering that grew to more than four thousand students.