Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Am I Headed for Failure?, Ecclesiastes 5:8-6:12

Co-teacher Dave Richards posted his PPT slides for "Am I Headed for Failure?" based on Ecclesiastes 5:8-6:12.

Friend Gary Payne posted his slides, too.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

"Why Do I Feel Empty?," Ecclesiastes 3:1 – 5:7

Co-teacher Dave Richards made his slides available for the second lesson from Ecclesiastes, "Why Do I Feel Empty?," based on verses Ecclesiastes 3:1, 10-14; 4:9-12; and 5:1-7. Friend Gary Payne made his slides available for "Why Do I Feel Empty?," too. Dave's slides offer more expansive notes on Ecclesiastes and Gary's slide more closely follow the lesson material from Lifeway. Leave me a comment to let me know which set of slides are more helpful to you.

The following is a preview of Dave's slides.

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Can I Find Meaning, Ecclesiastes 1:1-2:26

This coming Sunday we begin a six-week lesson series from the Book of Ecclesiastes. The first lesson is titled, "Can I Find Meaning?" and is based on Eccl. 1:1-2:26. Co-teacher Dave Richards has made his slides available and they include an extensive introduction as well as a number of extra slides in case you have an extended teaching period. Thanks Dave!

Friend Gary Payne made his PowerPoint slides for the same lesson available also.

Thursday, July 11, 2013

What Am I Supposed to Learn?, Job 38:1-42:17

This week's PowerPoint slides are for the last lesson from the Book of Job, titled: "What Am I Supposed to Learn?". The lesson passage is Job 38:1-42:17, with a focus on verses: Job 38:1-4, 42:1-12a.

Friend Gary Payne also posted his slides for this lesson. If you have any feedback, please let us know your thinking.

Wednesday, July 03, 2013

Am I on the Right Path?, Job 32:1 - 37:24

I've looked forward to posting my Powerpoint slides for this week's lesson, "Am I on the Right Path?," which is based on Job 33:13-22; 36:8-12. Tough lesson. I pray all goes well in your class and that the Holy Spirit enlightens everyone as you share God's word.

Gary Payne posted his slides, too. Thanks Gary!