John Greening (DMin, Baptist Bible Seminary) served as national representative of the Regular Baptist Churches from 1996 to 2018. Previously, he ministered in youth and senior pastorates for over 20 years. Now retired, John continues ministering to churches through speaking, teaching, and writing.
At times men can be cluelessùnot just in relating to women, but also in walking with Christ. Jesus met with 12 clueless disciples the night before His crucifixion. The seed concepts He taught turned the men into a mighty force for the gospel. Discover in this study how the same truths can enable you to gain confidence and focus for powerful living and service.
The Ten Commandments and other Scripture passages reveal what God expects of a man and his ethics. (NKJV)
Introduction to the BuildUP plan and the original 7 coordinating Bible studies. See pages 12 and 13 for entire listing. (NKJV)
This study looks at Proverbs, a ônavigational resourceö for parents. 8 lessons
With Jesus' teaching as an example, tips include how to capture and hold your students' attention, connecting the Bible to life experiences, expanding your repertoire of methods, and more. Related Product: Impact Teaching: Building Lives the Master's Way Leader's Guide CD
Building a Strong Marriage Takes Sweat Equity
As with any building or remodeling job, constructing a sound marriage
takes hard work and effort. You may have to demolish some shoddy
construction before you can build the marriage right. At times you’ll
feel like you’ve hit your thumb with a hammer and want to give up. Angry
words will be spoken. You may wonder if the relationship can really
work. Don’t quit! Christlike marriages can be built. The New Testament
book of Ephesians shows how. So, roll up your sleeves; it’s time to get
to work on learning how to love your spouse. Your marriage is worth the
This study in Job shows that you, too, can be characterized as a real, godly man.
Investigates Job, a man who integrated godliness into the entire scope of his life.
This study of Joseph shows men how to overcome despair, guilt, hatred, self-pity, and more.
Dedicated church leaders and teachers desire their church to thrive. The question is, how does a church become strong? John Greening gives the Biblical answer to that question and guides readers step-by-step through the process of helping disciples develop spiritual maturity. He offers tools for gauging disciplesÆ progress in becoming like Christ. By knowing the spiritual walk of individual believers more intimately, your church will be able to teach them the Word of God more effectively. Make your church strong—build disciples God's way!
A familyÆs annual trek to the Christmas tree farm provides the basis for a pastorÆs Christmas message.