Being Reformed: Faith Seeking Understanding
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More than 40 Being Reformed studies now available
Being Reformed: Faith Seeking Understanding is a series of biblically based studies that provides adults with a foundational understanding of the Reformed faith. Each six-session study—written by well-known and respected scholars—features Scripture, a prayer, in-depth commentary, and questions for reflection. Each study addresses its subject from a Reformed theological perspective.
Lessons are enhanced through the Leader’s Guide, which offers helpful suggestions and direction for group study. The main structure for these guides is the rubric Head, Heart, and Hands.
- What are we learning and what questions arise?
- What does the lesson mean for our spiritual lives?
- What implications for action emerge from the lesson to set us in a new direction for living?
Call to Mission, with a foreword by Hunter Farrell, director of Presbyterian World Mission, challenges congregations to explore their call to mission from both global and local perspectives.
Great Prayer of Thanksgiving will strengthen our faith in God, who has acted in history, who continues to lead and guide us, and who will bring us together in the joyful feast of the people of God. Written by David Gambrell, associate for worship in the Office of Theology, Worship, and Education, Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), this study is excellent for use during Lent or anytime in the liturgical year.
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Search for these titles: 1001 Worshiping Communities (iBooks only); Theology for Presbyterians; The Heidelberg Catechism; The Confession of Belhar; and Faith, Hope, Love, and Witness: The PC(USA) Form of Government.
Ruling Elders Workbooks
Ruling elders workbooks from the Being Reformed series are now available. Read more.
This series of studies is focused on the strategic mission directional goals of the Presbyterian Mission Agency (PMA). These directional goals will further the agency's mission, approved by the 221th General Assembly, to inspire, equip, and connect the PC(USA) and its many expressions to serve Christ in the world through new and existing worshiping communities of faith, hope, love, and witness. This timely series invites congregations to join in working together as a faithful, inclusive community as we seek to accomplish our common goals.