Teaching Adult Classes

TeacherAn Idea for Teaching a Class on Grace

Three Ways to Organize an Adult Bible Department

Preliminary Thoughts on a New Approach to Adult Education

Myth 1: A Discussion Class is Better than a Lecture

Myth 2: Adult Education is All About Education

Myth 3: Class is for Class

Myth 4: It’s All About Life Application

Myth 5: Grace Is Dangerous

Myth 6: The Holy Spirit Doesn’t Matter

Myth 7: The Students Aren’t Listening

Myth 8: Restoration History Isn’t Important

Myth 9: Asking Questions Is Easy

Myth 10: It’s a Good Idea to Talk about Other Denominations

How to Survive 1 Corinthians


2 Responses

  1. Thanks for these posts. I have been teaching adult Bible classes for many years and am always looking for ideas to help me improve. And these points have been very insightful and encouraging.

  2. John,

    Thanks for your comment. I wrote these when I first starting blogging — and had an audience of one. I’m glad someone finally read these.

    You know, I’d actually completely forgotten about these. I had to read them just to remember what you’re talking about! 🙂

    It’s nice to know all that work wasn’t wasted.

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