Engaging the Mind, Heart, and Life through Word-centered Homework

by Paul Tautges | August 31, 2016 8:55 am

Recently, a man who had attended a conference in 2010 emailed to request the homework examples I had given in the workshop I taught on the need for personal discipline in sanctification. It took a bit of digging to find them, but yesterday I stumbled upon them. Thought they may be of benefit to you, as well, in your personal ministry of the Word to one another.bible marked[1]


Read and meditate on Matthew 5-7 three times this week. In your journal/notebook list:


Read and meditate on James 4:1-10 three times this week. In your notebook, answer the following questions.

The longer I am involved in the personal ministry of the Word, the more often I see greater transformation take place when we lead those we are counseling to spend substantial time in the Bible. There are many, many excellent counseling resources available for our use (more than ever before!), but none of them hold a candle to the power of the pure Scriptures. Let these two examples serve as stimulus to you to generate many more Bible study projects that are geared toward renewal of the mind and life application.

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