Pathfinders Adult Sunday School

Pathfinders Sunday School Class meets in the multipurpose room in the main building. Our curriculum is the International Sunday School Lessons. We have 4 teachers, who rotate teaching. They are Marcella Jordan, Helen Watson, Ann Journell and George Shay. Please join us on Sunday Morning.

Spring Theme:
Discipleship and Mission

This spring, our lessons survey several calls to ministry and the expectations of those called. Several of the lessons highlight calls to service as recorded in the Gospels of Mark and Luke. We explore Paul’s call to ministry, with special attention to the Roman church. On Easter Sunday, we examine Matthew’s account of the Resurrection. The student book writer is Taylor Mills; the teacher book writer is Gary Thompson.

Call to Discipleship
Deuteronomy 6:1-9 | Joshua 24:1-3, 13-15, 21-24 | Psalm 103:1-17, 21-22 | Luke 1:26-31; 2:22, 25-35 | Matthew 25:31-46
The first unit offers four lessons and highlights several aspects of what it means to be called by Jesus as a disciple. They include hospitality, counting the cost, reaching the lost, and salvation for all people.

Call to Ministry
2 Thessalonians 3:1-5; 2 John 4–11 | James 4:1-10 | Philippians 1:12-21 | Philippians 2:1-11 | Philippians 3:7-14
The five lessons in this unit explore the diverse ways in which Jesus’ disciples were challenged to exercise their call to ministry: by witnessing to the gospel message; acting with loving kindness; sharing the Resurrection story; and making new disciples through preaching, teaching, and baptism.

The Spread of the Gospel
Psalm 48:1-3, 9-14 | Psalm 66 | Psalm 91:1-16
The four lessons in this unit begin with Paul’s introduction of himself to the Jewish and Gentile Christians living in Rome. Paul affirms that the call to salvation is to Israel and to Gentiles. This call to salvation is a call to a life in the Spirit and involves a new life in Christ.