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The lesson you present this coming week could spark the most stimulating class discussion you've ever had!
Bring your lessons and discussions to life, and make them more relevant to modern Christian living with The Wired Word — the easy way to weave current events into your weekly Bible studies.
The perfect resource for busy Sunday school teachers, adult discipleship instructors, pastors, and small group leaders, The Wired Word delivers — not one, but two — ready-to-use, weekly Bible lessons right to your email inbox every Thursday.
This email will contain everything you need as a teacher to create a stimulating conversation that truly engages your fellow students with minimal preparation time.
Each lesson includes biblical commentary and discussion questions related to a topic in that week’s news.
Finally, you’ll have a simple way to ...
• Relate current events to Scripture passages — without spending hours researching and preparing your lesson.
• Encourage class dialogue for applying God’s word to everyday life.
• Engage class members with thought-provoking, stimulating discussions on messages contained in the Bible.
Our convenient continuous-subscription program ensures automatic email delivery every Thursday, 52 weeks a year. You’re never obligated to continue. Naturally, you may cancel at any time for any reason, no questions asked.
Now, even when you’re short of time, you can have a powerful Sunday school lesson ready in no time, one that your class members will find unforgettable.
The Wired Word is your ideal solution. In less than one hour per week, you can now prepare meaningful lessons for your adult Sunday school class or small group that inspire your students and help them relate Scripture to their daily lives.
Every Thursday, you’ll receive an email with the current lessons and links to the material on our website.
Simply go to our website and print the lesson of your choice, or use the built-in tool on the website to distribute a student version of the lesson via email to everyone in your class list in advance.
Lessons are organized into seven (7) sections: