Helping Students in Crisis - Teacher Training Resources

When in crisis, or trouble of any kind, students may need comfort, counsel, encouragement, or some kind of help. Though Bible teachers' primary role may be teaching, God might want to use them in these other ways to impact their students' lives, often reinforcing what's been taught in the classroom.
Check out this training resource: Bible Teachers' Many Roles in Times of Trouble

Bible Teachers' Many Roles in Times of Trouble

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Crisis Strikes

People don't have to personally experience a crisis to feel it. In this two page teacher training worksheet, Bible teachers take a look at God's solution and find some tips for helping their students turn to the Lord with their fears and anxieties.

Ministering to Students with Hurting Hearts
Ministering to students with hurting hearts differs from helping people with physical needs. You can't simply put a Band-Aid on the heart and expect the feelings to go away. Practical assistance is not usually the answer. In this 6 page teacher training worksheet, Bible teachers will consider what kind of hurts their students might be experiencing and what kind of first aid to the heart needs to be applied.

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