How to Teach Students to Pray - Teacher Training Resources

Teaching Students to Pray

The early church was devoted to prayer. Colossians 4:2 exhorts us to be devoted to prayer. Teaching students to pray is therefore an important topic. Bible lessons on prayer will be helpful but the example of the teacher and the incorporation of prayer times throughout the lesson and one-on-one will be even more effective.

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Teacher's Role in Discipling Students in Regard to Prayer
This seven page teacher training worksheet helps teachers determine what constitutes spiritual maturity in regard to prayer and then think through at what level students appear to be with a view to helping them get to the next level.
This worksheet can stand alone or be used in conjunction with the Teacher's Role in Discipling Students PowerPoint presentation as a break-out session or independent study.

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