The Roots Reading Initiative from PLNTD, Round 2

January 4, 2012 at 4:38 pm 1 comment

I am grateful for Tim Brister and the opportunity to be a part of the Roots Reading Initiative this past November and December.  I am excited about round 2! The second installment [Jan/Feb 2012] of the Roots Reading Initiative starts this week! The theme for this installment is “The Outworking of the Gospel” with a focus of deepening our understand of and experience in the gospel of Jesus Christ, both individually and corporately. With each week’s reading schedule, a discussion guide is made available (on Thursdays usually) for personal application and/or discipling leaders in your own context. At the end of each month, we are compiling these discussion questions into a book-length study guide that you can download for future use. The study materials and reading schedule for this installment are:

Gospel: Recover the Power that Made Christianity Revolutionary by J.D. Greear

  • January 1-7 (1-68)
  • January 8-14 (69-144)
  • January 15-21 (145-90)
  • January 22-28 (191-256)

Gospel Wakefulness by Jared Wilson

  • January 29-February 4 (1-58)
  • February 5-11 (59-112)
  • February 12-18 (113-68)
  • February 19-25 (169-218)

To jump into the discussions, be sure to join the PLNTD Training Community on Cobblestone. Deepen your roots in 2012, and let it begin with the gospel!

Entry filed under: Biblical Theology, Books, Christian Theology, Christianity, Faith, Religion, Theology.

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  • 1. Scott Sholar  |  January 4, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    God bless you. I went to high school in Winston-Salem (Parkland Sr. High). Just finished at Asbury Theological Seminary this past Spring with an M.A. in Christian Ministries.

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