Teaching Acts (Proclamation Trust's "Preaching The Bible" Series)
Published in conjunction with The Proclamation Trust There are commentaries, and there are books on preaching ? but very few books that are specifically geared to the preacher or Bible teacher tackling a series on a Bible book or...
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Published in conjunction with The Proclamation Trust
There are commentaries, and there are books on preaching ? but very few books that are specifically geared to the preacher or Bible teacher tackling a series on a Bible book or doctrinal theme.
Key features of books in this series are introductory chapters on 'getting our bearings in the book' and 'planning a series'. The 'meat of the book' then works systematically through a suggested series, working with the Bible teacher from text to sermon or talk. Each chapter ends with a suggested preaching / teaching outline and a detailed Bible study which would be ideal for small groups.
Books in this series are aimed at developing confidence in handling God's Word in a variety of contexts. Whether you are a preacher, a small group leader or youth worker, these books will give you the necessary tools for teaching.
Teaching Acts is a welcome addition to the series. Acts is a tough book to teach, but vital to the church in every generation.
Published in conjunction with the Proclamation Trust. There are commentaries and there are books on preaching but very few books that enable the preacher or Bible teacher to prepare and present a series on specific sections of scripture.This series complements commentaries by giving Bible teachers suitable tools to understand the context of Biblical books doctrinal themes the methods of interpretation the key teaching points and how to deliver that message to the audience.While very useful for preachers the book is also aimed at enabling youth workers and small group study leaders have the confidence they need to teach Biblical principles and doctrine.Teaching Acts takes the book of the Acts of the Apostles and enables the leader to explain the context of the early formative days of the church and the application of practical theology to specific situations that still affect the church today.
David is a Presbyterian minister, having served in both Wee Waa and Ashfield. He is a graduate of Sydney Missionary and Bible College (SMBC) and Moore Theological College. Prior to formal studies and pastoral ministry David worked in the Economic Research Department of the Reserve Bank. He is the Director of SMBCs School of Preaching and speaks at Christian conventions throughout Australia and overseas. David lectures in preaching and pastoral subjects. He has recently written Teaching Acts and The unheeded Christ.