Effective Bible Teaching

Author: James C. Wilhoit,Leland Ryken

Publisher: Baker Books

ISBN: 144124042X

Category: Religion

Page: 208

View: 8490

Why does Bible study flourish in some churches and small groups and not in others? In this updated edition of a trusted classic, two Christian education specialists provide readers with the knowledge and methods needed to effectively communicate the message of the Bible. The book offers concrete guidance for mastering a biblical text, interpreting it, and applying its relevance to life. Its methods, which have been field-tested for twenty-five years, help pastors, teachers, and ministry students improve their classroom skills. Readers will learn how to develop the "big idea" of a passage and allow the text itself to suggest creative teaching methods. This new edition has been updated throughout and explores the changed landscape of Bible study over the past two decades. Readable and interdisciplinary in approach, this book will help a new generation of Bible students teach in a purposeful and unified way.

Effective Bible Teaching

Author: Leland Ryken,James C. Wilhoit

Publisher: Baker Academic

ISBN: 9780801096853

Category: Religion

Page: 256

View: 2512

Shows teachers how to develop the "big idea" of a passage, improve their classroom skills, and allow the text itself to suggest creative teaching methods.

Understanding Teaching

Effective Bible Teaching for the 21st Century

Author: Gregory C. Carlson

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780910566735

Category: Religion

Page: 98

View: 333

A biblical understanding of teaching brings appreciation for this spiritual gift. Approaching this task biblically involves empowerment from the Holy Spirit, insight into God's Word, sharp communication skills, and accurate interaction with students. It is a companion volume to Teaching Techniques. Gregory C. Carlson, 96 pages, paper, ISBN 0-910566-73-9 Table of Contents Preface 1. Why Teach? 2. Why Students Learn? 3. Preparing Yourself in the Word 4. Application and Learning 5. Understanding Lesson Aims 6. Planning the Lesson 7. Teaching Students - Not Lessons 8. Selecting Methods 9. Preparing Materials 10. Setting Your Classroom 11. Evaluating Teaching 12. Keeping Fresh

Effective Teaching Resources, Old Testament Bible Survey Course

Author: Bob O. Johnson

Publisher: Xulon Press

ISBN: 161579817X

Category: Religion

Page: 176

View: 6559

EFFECTIVE TEACHING RESOURCES will assist the Bible teacher to be most effective in teaching the Old Testament Bible Survey Course. In-depth Bible study suggestions will provide the teacher with an increasing knowledge of the Old Testament. Bible Memory Verses, to be memorized accumulatively, are listed in 32 groups of three verses each (except for Group 6 which has 4 verses). BIBLE MEMORY VERSE TESTS and CONTENT TESTS along with ANSWER KEYS for each are provided. Students must complete content projects and read the entire Old Testament as presented for the grading periods. Forms are included for students to report, on the honor system, their reading of the Old Testament scriptures. Teaching Principles and Guidelines for the Teacher will aid the teacher in planning for effective Bible teaching. DAILY LESSON PLANS are presented for the year. The teacher will make the necessary adjustments according to individual, district and local school calendars. Following high school, a Bachelor of Science degree was received from Piedmont College, Demorest, GA plus a Georgia Teacher's Professional Certificate. Then came the Army Security Agency and three years later came employment with the National Security Agency, Washington, DC. Meeting Edith Campen from North Carolina led to marriage, February 1, 1957. A year after marriage, God called me to the ministry. Graduating from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Ft. Worth, TX with a Bachelor of Divinity (updated to Masters of Divinity) and Masters in Religious Education (updated to Masters of Arts), God directed me to serve Him. For some 50 years, it was a pleasure to serve God and people in churches and classrooms as Minister of Youth, Minister of Education, Minister of Education/Administration, and Minister of Pastoral Care. It was a joy to teach this Old Testament Bible Survey Course to ninth grade students at Cypress Community Christian School, Houston, TX.

Teach me Your Word, O Lord

Author: Terry McCraw

Publisher: WestBow Press

ISBN: 1490862188

Category: Religion

Page: 260

View: 5627

All scriptures used are from the King James Version of the Bible. Included in the book are randomly selected Bible messages from over fourteen-hundred delivered by the author over the last thirty years. Each message has been prayed over and written in the Spirit. It is the earnest desire of the Author that these messages will inspire and touch the hearts and souls of those who read them. Also included in this book are twelve dynamic, but simple, tips for effective bible teaching and preaching.

Bible Teacher's Commentary

Author: Larry Richards,Lawrence O. Richards

Publisher: David C Cook

ISBN: 9780781438780

Category: Religion

Page: 1120

View: 9443

In this outstanding Christian Education resource, the entire Bible Genesis 1 to Revelation 22 is divided into teachable units. There are many link-to-life ideas to help teach each unity to any age group.

Creative Bible Teaching

Author: Lawrence O. Richards,Gary J. Bredfeldt

Publisher: Moody Publishers

ISBN: 9781575675350

Category: Religion

Page: 350

View: 9713

Are you a bridge builder? Communicating the Scriptures is much like building a bridge. However, instead of ravines or rivers, the teacher must span both cultural boundaries and great gulfs of time between the present and the past of Moses, David, Jesus, and Paul. This bridge must reach even further. The student must be able to cross both into the past and into his own future. God's Word is "living and active, sharper than any double-edged sword" (Hebrews 4:12). It is contemporary, relevant. But it is the teacher who has the task of helping the student to see its vast treasures. This is no easy task, but it can be done through creative Bible teaching. Together, Richards and Bredfeldt have written a book on bridge-building that reveals the following five-step process by which Christian educators can construct a bridge across time, geography, and culture. Step I: "Studying the Bible" Develop an understanding of the nature, role, study, and interpretation of the Bible. Get the help you need in preparing biblically accurate lesson plans. Step II: "Focusing the Message" Learn how to teach for student learning. Be guided in the process of translating learning theory into lesson preparation. Step III: "Structuring the Lesson" Develop a lesson plan using the HOOK, BOOK, LOOK, TOOK structure. Step IV: "Teaching the Class" Learn about the five key principles of teacher effectiveness. Discover how these principles can lead to a more dynamic and satisfying teaching experience within various age groups. Step V: "Evaluating the Results" Evaluate your own effectiveness by assessing the outcome of your teaching.


"My People Are Destroyed from a Lack of Knowledge." Hosea 4:6

Author: Dr. Sharon Tackett Finney

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1469115298

Category: Religion

Page: 102

View: 3523

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The John MacArthur Handbook of Effective Biblical Leadership

Author: John MacArthur

Publisher: Harvest House Publishers

ISBN: 0736976302

Category: Religion

Page: 512

View: 7128

An overseer…must be above reproach. 1 Timothy 3:2 Scripture holds leaders and teachers of the Word to an incredibly high standard. And for good reason. Shepherding God’s people into salvation and spiritual growth is an enormous responsibility. Even more now than ever, today’s church needs leaders who faithfully proclaim the Word of God and equip believers to live it out. But great leaders need great role models. Bestselling author John MacArthur has compiled, from the internationally renowned Shepherd’s Conference, the best-ever messages for Christian leaders—now available in a single volume. Alongside MacArthur’s candid, instructive writings you’ll find the works of other proven ministry leaders, including John Piper, Steven Lawson, RC Sproul, Ligon Duncan, and Al Mohler. Whether you’re a pastor, elder, or leader in your church, or you desire to be more effective in your spiritual leadership, this book will help you learn how to . . . guide others with integrity and conviction deliver God’s Word with passion and power accurately interpret and apply God’s Word When you accept the challenge to be a leader who follows God’s standard both in ministry and personally, you will become better equipped to fulfill your calling to lead with excellence.

Effective Evangelistic Churches

Author: Thom S. Rainer

Publisher: B&H Publishing Group

ISBN: 1433669609

Category: Religion

Page: 238

View: 9435

Part research project, part detective story, this book presents results from the most comprehensive study of successful churches in history. These 586 churches across America all excel in winning new souls for Christ, and have a remarkable range of things in common. Some stereotypes are shattered, some results are astonishing, and everything is written in a readable, non-technical style.-- Includes churches with at least one baptism per 19 members annually-- Churches range from 60 to 6,000 in membership; more than 2/3 claim 100-499 members-- Reveals the seven evangelism tools most important to successful churches-- Discusses popular misconceptions about church location, size, event evangelism and more


Author: Dr. James A. Thompson, D. Min.

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 1468528939

Category: Education

Page: 108

View: 2360

Do you have difficulties knowing where or how to begin a Bible Study or Sunday School Class you are supposed to teach? Do you have trouble knowing how to teach various portions of the Scripture? If so, this book is for you. In this book Dr. Thompson, introduces you to the cognitive learning functions of the brain, memory, communication, hermeneutics, outlining of lessons, and other skills of the trained teacher. Start your teacher training now.

Teaching the Bible

Practical Strategies for Classroom Instruction

Author: Mark Roncace,Patrick Gray

Publisher: Society of Biblical Lit

ISBN: 158983674X

Category: Education

Page: 472

View: 7143

While books on pedagogy in a theoretical mode have proliferated in recent years, there have been few that offer practical, specific ideas for teaching particular biblical texts. To address this need, Teaching the Bible, a collection of ideas and activities written by dozens of innovative college and seminary professors, outlines effective classroom strategies—with a focus on active learning—for the new teacher and veteran professor alike. It includes everything from ways to incorporate film, literature, art, and music to classroom writing assignments and exercises for groups and individuals. The book assumes an academic approach to the Bible but represents a wide range of methodological, theological, and ideological perspectives. This volume is an indispensable resource for anyone who teaches classes on the Bible.

Evangelical Christian Education

Mid-Twentieth-Century Foundational Texts

Author: Fernando Arzola

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1630872296

Category: Religion

Page: 118

View: 9806

Evangelical Christian Education provides five of the most significant mid-twentieth-century foundational texts from the leading experts in the field of Evangelical Christian education. Charles B. Eavey • Frank E. Gaebelein • Findley B. Edge • Lois E. LeBar • Lawrence O. Richards

Bible Teaching for Wisdom

The Effective Four

Author: Danny R. Bowen

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781948667005

Category: Bible

Page: 107

View: 1880

"Why another book on teaching? Frankly because, despite all the valuable resources available to teachers, much teaching in the church remains anemic. Many of those considered the “best of the best” still teach Bible facts rather than the Bible. Even many of those who teach straight from the biblical text fail to show their learners how the Bible applies to daily life. At the other extreme, some who do teach application jump right to personal application without regard for the truth of the passage written, as it were, to an audience far removed from us in time, language, geography, and culture.The simple approach in this book will help you see profound change in those you teach. Rather than teaching fun facts, you can learn to teach transforming truth from the Bible. Written for teachers in the church, the method presented can be learned quickly and then mastered over a lifetime of teaching. The author, Danny R. Bowen, is a veteran Bible teacher who returned to school to learn to teach more effectively and to equip other teachers in the church for effective ministry. His passion for solid teaching is evident throughout this short book. The content is gleaned from studies and research for a Master of Divinity and a Ph.D. The approach is based on theory and practice. But, understanding and applying the method taught requires only a heart for being used by God to equip the church for ministry (Ephesians 4:11-16). The layout of the book follows the method, which is based on helping learners answer the effective four questions."--Amazon.com.

Youth and the Church

A Survey of the Church's Ministry to Youth

Author: Roy G. Irving

Publisher: N.A


Category: Religious education of teenagers

Page: 442

View: 3899

Spiritual Abuse Recovery

Dynamic Research on Finding a Place of Wholeness

Author: Barbara M. Orlowski

Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers

ISBN: 1621892344

Category: Religion

Page: 246

View: 9048

What factors contribute to active Christians in ministry leaving their church and becoming exiting statistics? Every year dedicated Christian people leave churches because of spiritual abuse. The stories of people who left their home church because of a negative and hurtful experience paint a picture of a widespread occurrence which beckons consideration by church leaders and church congregants alike. Spiritual abuse, the misuse of spiritual authority to maltreat followers in the Christian Church, is a complex issue. This book shows how people processed their grief after experiencing spiritual abuse in their local church and how they rediscovered spiritual harmony. Their spiritual journey shows how one may grow through this devastating experience. This book offers a thoughtful look at the topic of spiritual recovery from clergy abuse through the eyes of those who have experienced it. It invites church leaders to consider this very real dysfunction in the Church today and aims to demonstrate a path forward to greater freedom in Christ after a season of disillusionment with church leadership.