Tony Brooks: Groundhog Day and Sunday School

In Matthew 25:14-30 Jesus compares the Kingdom and judgment day to an owner going away on a journey and giving three of his servants/slaves talents to invest based on their abilities.

He gives five to one, two to another, and one to another and then leaves on his journey.

The servant who was given five produced five more talents. The servant who was given two produced two more talents. The servant who was given one talent was fearful and hid it in the ground. When the master returned, he rewarded the first two servants and condemned the servant who hid his talent (and took it away).  

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Dot Carr
Tony Brooks: Training on the Go

Time is a precious commodity. We all have the same amount of time each day, but many are pulled outside of work and leisure. Some are raising children and involved in their many activities. Some are caring for parents or even grandparents along with doing their everyday work. Though I still think every Sunday School/small group leader should be involved with at least one training event each year, I believe we need to help provide some training on the go!

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Dot Carr