Sunday School teachers can make their teaching style more exiting with Student Focused Learning. They can establish an environment that welcomes everyone, builds good relationships and provides biblical teaching that impacts lives. In doing so, they will help students progress from being casual seekers to active involvement in class and in the ministry of the church. Teachers use the student guide as they participate in teacher training and development for Sunday School ministry.
Practical ways for Sunday School teachers to nudge class members closer to God no matter where they are on their spiritual journey. In Student-Focused Learning, they progress from being casual seekers to actively involved in Kingdom ministry. Through their story, instructors will be surprised how easy it is to incorporate these ideas into their teaching. Their growing class will be delighted that they're being given what they want: good relationships, biblical teaching that will affect their lives, and a place where they feel they belong.
Larry Thomas is pastor of Southlake Assembly of God, Southlake, Texas. Before returning to the pastorate, he served as director of Christian education for the Norht Texas District, and training coordinator and administration consultant for the national SUnday School Department. He holds a B.S. in Christian Education from Southwestern Assemblies of God University.
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