Why?: In order to learn, we must take in new
information. What's your preference for the way you take it
What?: Think about how you like to learn. Would you
rather see a video demonstration, hear a lecture or an audio book,
or actually get your hands on something new? In other words, are
you a visual, an auditory,...
Why?: The Bible was written in Hebrew, Aramaic, and
Greek. Why should you read it in English?
What?: Most of the Old Testament was written in Hebrew
with a few parts written in Aramaic. All of the New Testament was
written in everyday Greek of the First Century. So, wouldn't it be
better to read the Bible in those...
Why?: What creative methods might you use to help your
learners answer the Why? of The Effective
What?:The Effective Four Questions—Why?
What? So What? So What Now?—help draw your learners into the
Bible lesson, teach them the point of the Bible passage, and then
call them to commit to being transformed by...
Why?: What is the point of your lesson? What change do
you hope to see in your learners?
What?: As Bible teachers, we are hoping to see
transformation in our learners. To that end, each lesson should
have a point. It should aim to change something in them. Ultimately
we want to see a change in their affections and the...