In his newest book, David and Goliath, Malcolm Gladwell takes this familiar, age-old story and provides a fresh perspective from which we can all learn. He presents us with David, having a disadvantage against Goliath; but perhaps a desirable one. In compensating for David’s perceived weaknesses, he focuses more on his strengths—his God and his sling.
Gladwell points out this truth: sometimes what is learned out of necessity can be more powerful than what is learned easily. In short, one lesson we can learn from the life of David is this: “Conventions are made to be challenged.”
- Jason Shuler
Sunday school classes create an environment for people to implement what is preached from the pulpit. Sunday School at Eastland is a dynamic environment where people are challenged to grow and are held accountable. In fact, we believe four of the five purposes for the church are accomplished through Sunday School: evangelism, discipleship, ministry, and fellowship (worship being the primary objective of the church service). Sunday School in HD is a great read for those who are looking to improve their Sunday School program and reignite passion for nurturing spiritual relationships and stirring people to act on the Great Commission.
- Daniel Fleet