Because of this wide range of experience in teachers, churches benefit from investing in biblically solid, user-friendly curriculum and training teachers in how to use it.
Care and shepherding are critical components in the life of your Bible Study class.
A common fear of Bible teachers and small group leaders is being asked tough questions for which you do not have an answer. No one wants to feel embarrassed, unprepared, or unqualified.
Historically, Christian education has placed an important emphasis on the ability to read and write. But what do you do if there are people who have limited reading skills?
Sometimes Bible teachers confuse their own deep Bible study with deep Bible study for their group members. It is true that you cannot lead learners to deep Bible study if you have not dug deeply into the passage yourself. But, your deep study doesn’t necessarily translate into deep study for...
Studying the Bible can be difficult, especially when you encounter passages that don’t seem to square with other teachings from the Bible.
One of the best avenues to engage people with the Gospels is to tell the story from the perspective of the eyewitnesses who met Jesus. It is their stories which the Gospel writers have compiled to write their accounts.
We often face the dilemma of having to cut prayer short or miss out on part of the Bible lesson.
Teaching without curriculum requires you to do your homework. It requires a higher level of confidence with the subject matter.