Would there be any interest out there for SS lessons, KJV, Many references, written by Dr. Roy Julian, a TTU (the old TTU), IFB pastor. Dr. Julian pastored Smyrna Baptist Church www.smyrnabaptist.org for 34 years before his Home-going in October 2006. I have been thinking that we may have 20 years of lessons stored, ready to place either in a loose leaf book, so the church could make copies, or maybe set up to download. They are set up in "series", such as the one we are starting for 2007, which will be a complete study of the Book of John. The cover has a place for the Church name, date, a cartoon or puzzle and the church using it would customize it. Inside left page there is a "golden text", then some notes to teachers, the Aim of the Lesson, a list of other scriptures, a brief illustration or sidebar, then on the inside right page - the outline of the lesson with some notes and scripture references. The back cover has a quiz on the lesson...simple for anyone quiz, and a scripture reference for the next week. They are designed to print front and back on a 8x10 sheet (we usually used colored paper - different colors for each week -helped keep them seperate for the SS office and teachers). We gave these out a week ahead to the SS teachers, then the Pastor or SS leader went over the lesson in the Wed PM SS teachers meeting, kinda taught the lesson briefly. Then at SS the students would get a copy to follow along and keep. We are reworking the church website, and have added one lesson as a sample, in pdf format.(http://www.smyrnabaptist.org/sundayschool.htm) The pdf file should be 2 pages, when printed on one sheet, front and back, it will fold, with the lesson on the inside. The front cover could be customized, the rear cover has the quiz. Please access it here and let me know if there is any interest in the project. Smyrna is just starting on the lessons for 2007, which will almost a full year study through the book of John. If these were compiled and offered on a CD for 1 year of lessons...what would be a fair value, with proceeds going back into the Lord's work. Comments, suggestions, and questions would be appreciated.