Despite our world’s technological advances, 3 billion people are still without internet access. Printed Lessons exchange the “Master Series,” WBS core curriculum, between WBS Students and their own WBS Study Helpers who act as spiritual “pen pals.”
WBS International Shipping service works with the United States Postal Service (USPS) to consolidate international mail for highly discounted air shipping rates—much lower than traditional rates.
WBS core curriculum is known as the “Master Series.” They shine Scripture’s light on the basics of God, His Son, His Gospel of grace, His church and His new way of life.
Our Follow-up program is vital for the success of WBS. Follow-up helps WBS students get in touch with local congregations so that they can begin their new walk with Christ.
Absolutely. Most WBS Students rely on or prefer to study Printed Lessons by mail. After all, over 3 billion people in the world have no access to the Internet. Even in the U.S., many Students and Study Helpers, alike, prefer Printed Lessons for convenience and reference.
It’s up to you. You’ll spend 10 to 15 minutes responding to a Student’s completed lesson booklet. Once your teaching effort is fully up and running, each week you could spend from 20 minutes to an hour to as much as you like.
You’re in control. A postal teaching program features seed-planting activity over a long period of time that is easy to manage. If you find you have too many Students, WBS will reassign them to other Study Helpers for you. Too few Students? WBS can get you more.
Yes. Teaching with Printed Lessons begins with a basic understanding of the system and acquiring a small inventory of WBS lessons. One’s congregation typically pays for the costs of lessons and mailing.
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