Don’t Waste Your Summer!

Dont Waste Your Summer

The summer is usually a time when people vacation and generally pull themselves away from their typical schedules. Sadly, this is often reflected in their spiritual lives also. During the summer church members are less engaged and involved in community life at their church.

Summer church attendance reflects this well. In response to the summer lull, many pastors and leaders become lax on intentional discipleship strategies.

What would happen if we redeemed the summer for gospel growth and mission?

What would happen if the local church did not waste its summer?

Over the next month The Gospel Project has asked several church leaders and practitioners to supply us with blog posts that provide encouragement and ideas for engaging people during the summer for spiritual growth and missional living. As each blog is posted, the links will appear below.

The Gospel Project’s Summer Studies

To Gospel Project seeks to provide Christ-centered biblical theology for small groups and Sunday school classes. This is accomplished in our studies by focusing on three components to accomplish this goal.

  • Systematic Theology
  • Biblical Theology
  • Missional Application

The Gospel Project has a great study on “The God Who Is” for adults and students, exploring the attributes of God, the work of Christ, and the Holy Spirit. The kids will walk through a chronological study of Old Testament focusing on Ruth, 1-2 Samuel, 1 Kings, Psalms, Proverbs, and Ecclesiastes.

You are not going to want to miss these studies. We urge you, Don’t Waste Your Summer!

Click here to see all of our Summer TGP Studies!


  1. Kendra Aylor says

    Is there just a general help section for TGP? Or a search option for the website? Thanks! Kendra Aylor

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