Pastor´s Bible Class

A series of lessons previously prepared by the Sabbath School Department of the General Conference and currently in 1993 by the Church Ministries Department for use by pastors in presenting Seventh-day Adventist beliefs to interests, baptismal candidates, or new SDA s. Classes meet each week during the regular Sabbath school lesson study period, usually under the leadership of the church pastor. In 1972 a series of Pastor’s Bible Class lessons entitled “Profiles of Faith” was launched, prepared by the Sabbath School Department in cooperation with the Ministerial Association. It consisted of a four-color set of 28 study guides, including a review lesson. The series covered all the major doctrines of Scripture and was designed to acquaint the class member with Christ and to lead him or...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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