I am excited to introduce a brand new resource for churches and small groups to learn how to impact our local culture. MFI has developed a biblically-based curriculum that educates and informs people of faith about the specific challenges to our family values here in Massachusetts. The class materials teach from the perspectives of scripture, culture, law and politics, and demonstrate how you can serve effectively as an advocate for our shared values.
Engage the Bay State is a 10 week video-based curriculum that focuses specifically on some of the most controversial moral issues of our day and their impact in Massachusetts.
The videos and accompanying study guide refer to recent events and issues in the Commonwealth that are at the core of our battle for Biblical truth. In fact, much of the content is “ripped from the headlines.” We use these examples as case studies on the state of our law and culture. The class typically facilitates lively discussions as it guides you through applying Biblical truth and finding opportunities to engage in Christian civic stewardship.
- Click the video above to watch a three-minute preview of the class video.
- Click here to view a .PDF preview of the first chapter of the study guide.
To order the curriculum for your church or Sunday School please register by clicking HERE.
(We are recommending a donation of $30 for the full curriculum and leader’s guide and $5 for each participant study guide in order to offset production and printing costs.)
You can also contact MFI at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 781-569-0400.
As a class leader, you will receive a teacher’s guide and access to all ten downloadable video sessions. You can also order copies of the 200 page study guide for class participants.
On Saturday, January 9th, we are hosting an optional leader orientation at the MFI office at 100 TradeCenter, Suite 625 in Woburn. Join us from 9am -10:30 am for coffee and donuts as we share how you can make the most of this exciting opportunity for your church or small group. Our suggested start date for the class is Sunday, January 17th. This is enough time to finish the 10 week class by Easter.
We hope your church family will join us in this in-depth biblically based study on Christian civic stewardship.
For our families,