At a Glance
In this session we want to establish the primary importance of maturity in the lives of believers and congregations, and in our responsibility as “shepherds” to join God in His process with His resources to be His agents of that desired outcome. Of course, it means that we need to be active in the maturing process ourselves if we hope to be used to produce maturity in others.
Organized in a multiple lesson format, the course provides video lectures, lesson notes and quizzing modules.
- Lesson 1: The Case for a Maturity Focus
- Lesson 2: A Model: Four Evangelical Commitments
- Lesson 3: The Elements of an Effective Model
- Lesson 4: Maturity's Marks
- Lesson 5: Roadblocks to Maturity
- Lesson 6: Seasons and Methods
What do I need to take this course?
You will need an Internet connection and a Bible.
Who is this course for?
This course is for those who would like to better undertand how to equip and encourage growth and maturity in the lives of believers.
Dr. Bert Downs
Dr. Bert Downs is the Chancellor and former long-time President of Western Seminary. Bert is also the former General Director of the Southwest Church Connection of the Conservative Baptist Association, and serves as a teacher, and consultant for ministries around the nation.