Devotions For Sunday School Teachers 2
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About "Devotions For Sunday School Teachers 2"
Leading a Sunday School class isn't easy. Sunday School teachers stay up late on Saturday nights preparing lessons, show up early at church every Sunday without fail, and often spend a large portion of their lesson focusing children's attention or mediating adult discussions. It's a commitment that requires dedication, sacrifice, and patience, but they faithfully serve every week because they know the eternal impact of their labors. Introducing a friend to the love of Christ, helping teenagers improve their self-worth, instilling biblical truth and God's love in the hearts and minds of little children-this is why they serve.Devotions for Sunday School Teachers 2 is a collection of short devotionals designed to challenge, uplift, and inspire Sunday School teachers and small-group leaders. Authors Stan Toler, John Baldwin, and David Graves use their varied Sunday School experiences to share words of comfort and offer guidance, insight, and even a little humor in order to help teachers renew their commitment to serve and rediscover the joys of teaching the children of God.Devotions for Sunday School Teachers and Devotions for Sunday School Teachers 2 are perfect for gift-giving and offer teachers opportunities to read, meditate, and pray for a short time on Sunday morning before class starts or use the included Scriptures and stories to supplement their own lessons.
Meet the Authors
-->STAN TOLER--> is senior pastor of Trinity Church of the Nazarene in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and hosts the television program "Mission Today." For the past ten years he has taught seminars for INJOY Group, a leadership development institute. Toler has written over 45 books, including his best-sellers' God Has Never Failed Me, But He's Sure Scared Me to Death a Few Times, The Five-Star Church and, his latest book, The Buzzards Are Circling, but God's Not Finished with Me Yet.-->
Stan Toler is a General Superintendent in the Church of the Nazarene. Toler began his pastoral career at the age of seventeen and for several years he taught seminars for John Maxwell's INJOY Group, a leadership development institute. He has written more than seventy books, including ReThink Your Life, which debuted at number 23 on the CBA Christian Living Best Sellers list.
David W Graves
Graves currently serves as director of the Sunday School Ministries Department for the Church of Nazarene International Headquarters in Kansas City. Graves was elected to this assignment in 2001 following pastoral assignments in Ohio, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and North Carolina. A graduate of Olivet Nazarene University, Graves has also received a Master of Divinity degree from Nazarene Theological Seminary.