The Bible Teacher's Guide: First Peter: How to Live as Pilgrims in a Hostile World

The letter of First Peter was written to persecuted Christians scattered throughout the Roman Empire. It was meant to both encourage and instruct them on how to live as pilgrims in a hostile world. This message of hope is still relevant today. Let’s journey through Peter’s letter together with the aid of the Bible Teacher’s Guide. More

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About Gregory T. Brown

Greg Brown earned his MA in religion and MA in teaching from Trinity International University, a MRE from Liberty University, and a PhD in theology from Louisiana Baptist University. He has served over ten years in pastoral ministry, and currently serves as chaplain and invited professor at Handong Global University, pastor at Handong International Congregation, and as a Navy Reserve chaplain.

Greg married his lovely wife, Tara Jayne, in 2006 and they have one daughter, Saiyah Grace. He enjoys going on dates with his wife, playing with his daughter, reading, writing, studying in coffee shops, working out, and following the NBA and UFC. His pursuit in life simply put is “to know God and to be found faithful by Him.”

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About the Series: The Bible Teacher's Guide
Second Timothy 2:15 says, “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others.”

Paul’s words to Timothy still apply to us today. There is a need to raise up teachers who will correctly handle the Word and fearlessly teach the Word. It is with this hope in mind that the Bible Teachers Guide (BTG) series has been created. The BTG series includes both expositional and topical studies. These guides will be useful for individual study, small groups, and for teachers preparing to share God’s Word.

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