The teaching-learning process is a two way endeavor. Both the teacher and the students have a part and responsibility in the process, keeping the Word of God central in all they do, with the ultimate goal being changed lives.
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- 6 Ways for Bible Teachers to Engage Students
- A Starting Point in the Bible Learning Process
- An Element Often Not Taken Far Enough in the Bible Learning Process
- Bible Teaching-Learning Process
- An Often Missing Element in the Bible Learning Process
- The End Result of an Effective Bible Learning Process
- Engage the Senses
- Make People Think
- Teaching for Changed Lives?
- Really Teaching for Changed Lives?
- Ten Marks of Great Teaching
- The Method of the Master
- The 7 Laws of the Learner
- Creative Bible Teaching by Lawrence O. Richards
- Disciple-Making Teachers by Josh Hunt
- Rock-Solid Teacher: Discover the Joy of Teaching Like Jesus by Gregory Carlson
- Teaching for Spiritual Growth by Perry G Downs
- Teaching to Change Lives by Howard Hendricks
- The Dirt on Learning by Thom & Joani Schultz
- The Seven Laws of the Learner by Bruce Wilkinson
- Why Nobody Learns Much of Anything at Church and How to Fix It by Thomas & Joani Schultz
- Aiming for Empty-less Teaching by Ministry Tools Resource Center
- Discovery Learning: Activities With A Purpose, Video by Wes Haystead, Sheryl Haystead
- Teaching for Changed Lives by Ministry Tools Resource Center
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