Below are a variety of teaching series that came out of our time at Pathway. One of the more interesting aspects to that time was a season when we had a team of people meet to go over creative ways to teach the series. While we didn’t do this with every series, we did it with several.
Here are the friends who contributed to shaping this stuff: Paul BeDell, Kelly BeDell, Jonathan Burg, Rebecca Burg, Benton Cole, Kerstin Erkenrath, Mike Estes, Stephanie Estes, Kellie Mitchell, Pam Priolo, Scott Priolo, Jonathan Ritter, Shelley Ritter, and Holly Zann. (I’m certain I’ve forgotten someone, so feel free to let me know).
|DNA of a Superhero
Date: May thru June 2008
Back in 2008 there was a slew of superhero movies that hit the silver screen. Over the course of that summer we walked through this teaching series that considered the “beats” and “rhythms” of the superhero narrative.
Date: July thru August 2008
When was the last time you heard someone say, “Fight for your faith” who wasn’t a raving crazy person? But that’s what the book of Jude is about, fighting for the faith that God has entrusted to us. In this teaching series we consider what it means to “contend for the faith.”
Date: January 2009
In this teaching series we explored what were the essentials to how we would live out our faith as a community. We covered our mission, our four values, and the strategy that would shape the future of our community.
Date: February 2009
The goal of innovation is not to come up with new ideas. Instead, it is the wise implemtation of great ideas that produce positive change by extending the reach and influence of God’s Kingdom. In these teachings we look at the resources we have to accomplish God’s purposes for our lives.