Effective & Creative Bible Teaching - Christian Teachers Training Leading to Changed Lives

Effectively and creatively teaching God's Word requires . . .

teacher training and teaching resources for Bible teachers
  • a sound teaching philosophy based on the Word of God
  • an understanding of the teaching-learning process that includes how God made people to learn
  • a biblical teaching style that focuses on being a servant teacher
  • a mastery of teaching techniques, audiovisuals, and teaching methods that is secondary to being the kind of teacher God most desires to use
  • an awareness and use of teaching resources and teaching tools that will enrich your Bible teaching but never take the place of the Holy Spirit

Effective Bible teachers remember that . . .

Teaching is part of the Great Commission. --a mandate of mission (Matt. 28:19-20)
Teaching is part of the reproductive process. --a means of multiplication (2 Tim. 2:2)
Teaching is part of body life. --a measure of maturity (Col. 3:16)

Effective Bible teachers focus on being the kind of teacher who makes a difference . . .

. . . being over doing

. . . doing that grows out of being

Effective Bible teachers invest the time, commitment, and effort it takes . . .

. . . to structure lessons that make a difference

. . . to plan methods that best communicate the content

. . . to be creative in their approach both in and out of the classroom

Effective Christian Bible teachers rely on the work of the Holy Spirit . . .

. . . acknowledging the need for God's wisdom and power

Effective and creative Bible teaching is student-oriented . . .

. . . teaching according to their needs, developmental abilities, and learning styles

Effective and creative Bible teaching results in . . .

. . . knowledge of God that grows deeper and more personal and intimate, not merely cognitive

. . . changed lives that reflect the work of the Holy Spirit in bringing people into conformity with the Lord Jesus Christ

. . . classroom management that goes beyond crowd control and mere classroom discipline techniques to true learning and growth

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