Why Not Try This? – Creating a Logical Sequence of Topics in a Short Series Part 2

A group of people listening to a sermon in church.

By Russell Burrill
Source: NAD Ministerial

In the previous article we examined what a sequence of topics would look like where the assumption was that the people coming to the series have previously been exposed to the Adventist message and therefore did not need extensive exposure to the message. Therefore the focus was on helping them make a lasting decision to become a part of the Adventist movement.

Our premise is predicated on the three decisions one seeks in an evangelistic series: Christ, biblical truth, and joining the church. We suggested a series that still covers all three areas, but with special emphasis on the third area.

In this article, we wish to make a suggestion on sequencing based on a different assumption. That assumption is that the people that are attending have not had any previous exposure to the Adventist message. It operates on the assumption that Continue Reading…

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