What version of the Bible does the gospel project use?

What version of the Bible does the gospel project use?

what bible translation(s) are used with the gospel project? The Gospel Project for Preschool and Kids is translation neutral (meaning there is no printed Bible text in the leader content). Its key passage (memory verse) is included in the CSB, NIV, ESV, and KJV translations.

Who wrote the gospel project?

About the Author Ed Stetzer is Exectuvie Editor of The Gospel Project and the Executive Director of LifeWay Research. He has planted, revitalized, and pastored churches, trained pastors and church planters on six continents, holds two master’s degrees and two doctorates, and has written dozens of articles and books.

Who wrote the gospel project for kids?

Molly Smith
We are always encouraged when we find church leaders giving The Gospel Project unsolicited endorsements!

What ages is the gospel project for kids for?

Reading age. 6 – 12 years.

  • Print length. 704 pages.
  • English.
  • Grade level. 1 – 6.
  • Dimensions. 5.55 x 1.1 x 8.5 inches.
  • Lifeway Press.
  • July 11, 2018.
  • ISBN-10. 1535902620.
  • What church does Tim Mackie go to?

    He is professor of biblical studies at Western Seminary. He is also a teaching elder at Door of Hope Church, Portland, Oregon. Tim and his wife, Jessica, have two sons.

    What is Lifeway Ministry grid?

    Ministry Grid (@MinistryGrid) is the latest training model for the digital generation. The online training tool offers more than 1,800 videos of pastors, theologians and church leaders offering insights on a range of topics from pastoral ministry and leadership development to discipleship and Bible study.

    Does Tim Mackie teach at Western Seminary?

    After years of ministry as a local church pastor, Tim now serves as the Chief Education Officer for BibleProject and is an adjunct professor at Western Seminary.

    Is there an app for ministry grid?

    There is not an app for Ministry Grid in the App Store or Google Play. You do have to be connected to cellular data or WiFi to use it.

    What church is Tim Mackie a part of?

    Tim Mackie is the co-founder of the BibleProject, a nonprofit animation studio helping people experience the Bible as a unified story that leads to Jesus. He is the former pastor of Blackhawk Church in Madison, Wisconsin, and Door of Hope Church in Portland, Oregon.

    What church does Tim Mackie teach at?

    Is the Assemblies of God arminian?

    The Assemblies of God holds to a conservative, evangelical and Arminian theology as expressed in the Statement of Fundamental Truths and position papers, which emphasize such core Pentecostal doctrines as the baptism in the Holy Spirit, speaking in tongues, divine healing and the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

    Is John Calvin’s teaching for children similar to the gospel project?

    Calvin wrote a children’s catechism, thought to be among his best writings. So, if there are concerns, people can simply compare John Calvin’s OWN teaching for children to the new ‘Gospel Project’.

    Is the Gospel Project 100% Calvinist?

    The sum of editors and advisory board members of The Gospel Project is not only 100% Calvinist but it includes some of the most dangerous Calvinist propagandists of our day.  Through their  Acts29 network these people have planted Calvinist churches around the country including at least 12 within 100 miles of Tulsa.

    How is the Gospel Project steering students to Calvinist treasure troves?

    In light of all this, you should not be surprised to learn that The Gospel Project is steering students directly to the Calvinist treasure troves on the internet. For example if a student were to like something they read and want to learn more,  their Gospel Project will point them to an “additional resources” page.

    Is the Gospel Project an innocent attempt at rebooting Sunday school curriculum?

    Quite clearly, The Gospel Project is not an innocent attempt at rebooting Southern Baptist Sunday school curriculum.   There is a definite agenda behind it and some paid leaders at the Church at Sapulpa have been informed but for some reason have taken a stand for The Gospel Project.