The Mayberry Bible Study will help you reach adults, youth, non-Christians, and faithful believers. With practical applications for daily living, all three volumes feature classic episodes and refer to relevant scriptures for you to study.
Andy's English Valet--Lesson: The Secret Service, Ephesians 6:7. Andy Taylor tries to play the part of "gentleman's gentleman" by allowing Malcolm the valet to work off a debt. However, it's Andy who serves a higher purpose when he makes Malcolm feel at home by accepting help he doesn't want.
Class Reunion--Lesson: A Peace of the Past, Psalm 85:8. Andy and Barney make peace with past girlfriends. When Barney finds that true love can be truer for others and Andy learns that some people just can't come home again, things start getting awkward. As the past gives way to the present, Andy and Barney search for peace, reconciliation, and the hope of a fulfilled future.
Dogs, Dogs, Dogs--Lesson: Begging for Mercy, Mathew 5:7. A pack of lost puppies seeks refuge with Andy and nearly turns the courthouse into a doghouse. When Barney chases the dogs out, he only bring them right back when his conscience starts to bother him. As the pups turn the jail into the pound, Opie reminds Andy and Barney that neither man nor dog should have to beg for mercy.
The Darlings are Coming--Lesson: Crime and Commitment, Proverbs 16:3. When a hillbilly family comes to pick a friend up, Andy has to lay the law down. As Mr. Darling stands by a betrothal promise, his daughter Charlene falls hard for the Sheriff, and Andy works overtime to stay true to his duties as a police officer. The result is an uncommon example in how to keep commitments.
Kit includes 4-Episode videotape and leader book with answers.