Bible Lesson Preparation & Planning - Teacher Training Resources

Preparing the lesson

"Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a workman who does not need to be ashamed and who correctly handles the word of truth." (2 Tim. 2:15)
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A Lesson Worth Teaching
When teaching the Bible, you are using a unique Book that must be "rightly divided" but also rightly communicated. This 86 page teacher training workbook examines how to put together a lesson that will make a difference - a lesson worth teaching.



Line Up Your Bible Lesson Preparation with the Word of God
The Bible is inspired by God, the source of authority, powerful, and used by God to change lives. Teachers who truly grasp these truths will line up the way they prepare lessons accordingly and not be governed solely by their own personalities or schedules. In this seven page teacher training worksheet teachers assess the way they prepare lessons and ask themselves what they can do to better line up their lesson preparation with the Text they teach.

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