Creative Bible Teaching (And Expanded)
Are Bible teachers just sharing knowledge, or are they leading students into a growing relationship with God through His Word? This book focuses on how to better understand and unleash the transforming power of Scripture. It provides a practical model...
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Are Bible teachers just sharing knowledge, or are they leading students into a growing relationship with God through His Word? This book focuses on how to better understand and unleash the transforming power of Scripture. It provides a practical model that will renew your enthusiasm for teaching God's Word
Richards and Bredfeldt teach Christian educators to construct a bridge across time, geography, and culture, helping their students to see the Scriptures' vast treasures.
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 BibleDevelop an understanding of the nature, role, study, and interpretation of the Bible. Get the help you need
Lawrence O. Richards is currently a full-time author and speaker. He has written over 200 Christian books, including commentaries on every book of the Bible and Zondervan bestselling Adventure Bible and Teen Study Bible, which he did with his wife, Sue. SPANISH BIO: Lawrence O. Richards tiene una licenciatura en filosofia de la Universidad de Michigan, una maestria en teologia y educacion cristiana del Seminario Teologico de Dallas y un doctorado del Seminario Teologico Evangelico Garrett de la Universidad Northwestern. Es autor de unos 200 titulos en temas como la filosofia de la educacion cr
- <div>step One: Studying The Bible<p>1. This Bible: The Need For And Nature Of The Bible<br><br>2. Inspired By God: The Divine Authorship And Human Literature Of The Bible<br><br>3. Person To Person: The Message And Role Of The Bible<br><br>4. Rightly Divided: The Study Of The Bible<br><br>5. A Sample Bible Study: The Creative Bible Teacher's Inductive Method<p><br>step Two: Studying The Bible<p>6. Focus On Needs: Understanding And Assessing Student Needs<br><br>7. Focus On Learning: Truth Into Life<br><br>8. Focus On Results: Teaching For Life Change<p><br>step Three: Structuring The Lesson<p>9. The Pattern: Hblt Approach<br><br>10. The Process: Engaging Student Response<br><br>11. The Means: Methods Make A Difference<br><br>12. The Tools: Choosing And Using Curriculum<p><br>step Four: Teaching The Class<p>13. Teaching Principles: Common Practices Of Truly Great Teachers<br><br>14. Teaching Effectiveness: Motivating The Learner<br><br>15. Teaching The Bible To Adults: Can We Get Practical Here?<br><br>16. Teaching The Bible To Youth: What Difference Does This Make?<br><br>17. Teaching The Bible To Children: Please Understand Me<br><br>18. Teaching The Bible To Preschoolers: More Than Babysitting<p><br>step Five: Evaluating The Results<p>19. A Model For Evaluation: Something To "stake" On<br><br>20. Developing And Improving As A Teacher: You Can Get There From Here</p></div>