Why?: What's the scariest passage of Scripture for a
What?: To me, the scariest passage of Scripture is
James, chapter 3, verse 1, where James writes, "Not many of you
should become teachers, my brothers, for you know that we who teach
will be judged with greater strictness."
Well, I didn't want to be a...
Why?: How and why might you disciple another
What?: Did you know that part of your role as teacher
is preparing other teachers? There are at least 3 excuses some give
for failing at this. Let me be very frank and dismiss each of
First, you might feel that you have nothing to pass on. You may not
Why?: How can studying the structure of a Bible
passage help us understand the purpose of the passage?
What?: A building is designed based on its purpose. If
you can see the structure, you can understand its purpose. If you
can observe rooms—or areas of rooms—and how they connect, you can
understand what the...
Why?: If you're going to do inductive Bible study, how
do you begin?
What?: Remember that the goal in studying is to
understand what God said to the original recipients through the
human author's writing and then to help your learners apply that
truth to their lives. So, how DO you begin? Well, if you want to
Why?: How do you study in order to teach the
What?: The goal in studying is to understand what God
said to the original recipients through the human author's writing
and then to help your learners apply that truth to their lives. An
efficient way to do that is a method called inductive Bible study.