New Members workbook explores Christian discipleship in the PC(USA)

Latest title in ‘Being Reformed’ series invites new members into life of faith

October 15, 2015

LOUISVILLE

Being Reformed: New Members: Call to Discipleship reflects on the meaning of Christian discipleship as a member of the PC(USA). This new study, written by noted theologian Donald K. McKim, offers a unique perspective on different aspects of the ministry of church members.

Being Reformed workbooks can be used as a self-guided study, as a group study, or a ready reference for personal reflection. Suggested lesson plans are offered for group study.

The workbook provides opportunities to consider different dimensions of discipleship and gain a sense of direction for involvement through which we can live out our commitments to Jesus Christ in the church.

Being Reformed: Faith Seeking Understanding is a series of biblically based studies that provide adults with a foundational understanding of the Reformed faith. Each six-session study—written
by well-known and respected scholars—features Scripture, in-depth commentary, and questions for reflection. Learn more about the curriculum at pcusa.org/being-reformed.

Being Reformed studies available in a workbook format also include Ruling Elders: Formation, Ruling Elders: Transformation, and Race and Reconciliation: Confessions of 1967 and Belhar.

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The workbook is available for purchase at pcusastore.com.

Being Reformed is published by Congregational Ministries Publishing, the denominational curriculum publisher of the PC(USA). Its mission is to bring glory to God by inspiring, equipping, and connecting Presbyterians of all ages with faithful, affordable, educational resources that further commitments to live as disciples of Jesus Christ.

  1. Am a true believer of christ ad i like serving God plus learning new things...and am interested serving with u.Thanx

    by Mwebaza Grace

    October 19, 2015