Lesson 7.3 | An Unlikely Disciple

Being a Disciple in a Broken World

The apostle Paul was no stranger to the duties of a rabbi, having studied under one of the most famous rabbis in Israel before becoming one himself. He understood exactly what Jesus meant before His ascension, when He commanded the church to go out and make disciples. In this lesson, follow Paul though the region of Galatia and discover the implications of this command as it reached in increasingly Gentile world.

1 An Unlikely Disciple
2 Run! The Passion of Elijah
3 Learning to Walk Like Jesus - Paul's Journey to Rome
4 Why Christians Suffer - The Weight of Gethsemane
5 Don't Forget Us