Letters from Paul: Philippians, Colossians, Philemon
FLEX Adult Bible Study Curriculum
One thing we quickly learn from reading Paul's letters to New Testament churches and individuals ? he didn't use form letters. His letters are extremely personal, although his principles and guidelines are universal.
Phillip Eichman helps us to understand the joy of the Philippian church, the deity of Christ in Colossae, and how to receive a brother in his letter to Philemon. All three letters offer practical teachings that should be a part of every Christian's life today.
Table of Contents:
1. A Greeting and a Prayer
2. Imprisonment Did Not Stop Paul
3. Being Like Jesus
4. Do Not Let Others Mislead You
5. Keep Your Eyes on the Finish Line
6. Some Final Words
7. A Greeting and a Prayer
8. Christ Is Number One
9. Paul's Labor of Love
?10. Freedom in Christ
?11. Living in Christ
?12. Final Instructions and Greetings
?13. A Personal Letter to Philemon
About the Author:
Phillip Eichman has been a teacher most of his adult life. He holds master's and doctoral degrees in biology and was a biology professor for more than thirty years. He also completed master's degrees in Bible and ministry at Harding University and has taught Bible courses in Christian schools and served as a Bible class teacher and part-time minister. He is now retired and lives with his wife Nancy in South Carolina where he enjoys spending time studying and writing. Phillip is also the author of The Gospel of John (Part 1) and The Gospel of John (Part 2) in the FLEX Adult Bible Study series.
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by Phillip Eichman
Publisher: 21st Century Christian
Size: 6 x 9