Training for Service Student Guide
For over 100 years Training for Service has equipped more than 1 million volunteers for Bible teaching. This 26-session Bible overview—designed to equip lay leaders to serve as elders, Sunday school teachers, small group facilitators, and in other positions of service in the church—can be completed as a group study or a self-study. The Training for Service Student Guide includes the full text of the Student Guide, featuring:
- 26 lessons that survey the Bible
- Questions to answer at the end of each lesson
- Pronunciation guide
The church depends on volunteer workers to staff educational ministries. This Bible survey course academically prepares Sunday school teachers, small group leaders, and other volunteers for Christian service.
This 26-lesson Bible survey elective provides well-rounded Bible knowledge and motivates students to commit to Christian service.
Herbert Moninger wrote the original Training for Service in 1907, summarizing the content of his popular teacher-training seminars. Cecil James (C. J.) Sharp, minister and high school principal, revised Moninger's work in 1934. Orrin Root a former editor at Standard Publishing, revised the book in the 1960s, reducing the original 40-lesson format to the current 26 sessions. Eleanor Daniel, seminary professor and Christian education expert, revised the book in the 1980s. Jim Eichenberger, a former schoolteacher and principal who is currently a writer and editor, authored this revision.