Breakfast With A Revolutionary
This morning I had breakfast with SBTS alumni Darryl Wilson. He is the guy behind the Kentucky Baptist Convention’s Sunday School Blog titled Sunday School Revolutionary.
We had great conversation about Sunday school and it’s role in local church ministry. If you teach Sunday school or lead a small group, you can find practical advice on his blog.
You Design A Poll About Sunday School
The conversation got me thinking about the competing visions that many people have about Sunday school. For an example, go read the comments on my post about Sunday school decline in the SBC.
I’m designing a poll here on Said at Southern about these different ideas. But to be fair, I want to get your feedback on the survey. Here are my initial thoughts, leave a comment to make suggestions.
In your opinion, what is the ideal model for adult Sunday school?
- Seminary education for lay people that aims for maximum Bible instruction.
- Relationship building groups that aims for maximum fellowship.
- A tool for evangelism that aims for maximum outreach.
- A tool for practical outreach that aims for community service.
- Family worship in large groups that aims for intergenerational instruction.
- Let it die, all of the above goals are better reached without traditional Sunday school
Leave a comment to let me know how you would modify this poll. I’ll probably post it later this week.