Sunday School Impacts Lives

Sunday School impacts lives.  Let me introduce you to another fictional but real life character.  Meet Alberto.

Alberto is a second generation American.  He recently graduated from Tennessee Tech University and is looking for a fulltime job as an engineer.  Alberto has gotten connected to a Sunday School class.  He praises his class for praying for him and encouraging him in his life and spiritual journey. 

Alberto is concerned about his dad, who is unchurched but more importantly lost.  His Sunday School Class has added Alberto’s dad to their Evangelistic Prayer list and prays for Alberto every day.

Alberto’s teacher expects his class to reproduce and has enlisted Alberto to be his apprentice teacher.  He recently came  to Sunday School University desiring to gain a vision on how to take his class to a new level  and gain some skills in lesson preparation and teaching so people get it.  

How about you?  Are you connected to a Sunday School class that is praying that God will provide for your needs and save your lost family member, friends, or neighbor?  Are you willing to use the talents and gifts that God has given you to serve your church and class?  If you presently teach, have you enlisted an apprentice with the goal of reproducing yourself and your class during the next year? 

God wants to do a great work in your church.  Sunday School impacts lives such as Alberto.

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About drmarkmiller

I serve as the Sunday School, Discipleship, Small Groups Specialist for the Tennessee Baptist Convention
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