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Teachers and avid students of Scripture love this notable annual commentary of Bible teaching aids with text in parallel CEB and NRSV translations. The New International Lesson Annual for 2016 - 2017 makes Scripture understandable and easy to teach. Following the Uniform Series / ISSL curriculum, each lesson contains Reading the Scripture, Understanding the Scripture with Bible background, Interpreting the Scripture, and Sharing the Scripture. Christian educators also gain practical teaching tips, everyday Bible applications, and more to help prepare quickly, easily, and thoroughly for successful adult Bible teaching. Edited by Dr. Nan Duerling. 527 pages, softcover from Abingdon Press.
Number of Pages: 528
Vendor: Abingdon Press
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.25 X 7.00 (inches)|
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The New International Lesson Annual is designed for teachers who seek a solid biblical basis for each session and a step-by-step teaching plan that will help them lead their classes. It can be used with any student curriculum based on the Uniform Lesson Series. In many classes, both the students and teacher rely on the Annual as their companion to the Bible. Includes the CEB and NRSV translations.
Over the four quarters of the 2016-2017 Sunday school year we will explore the themes of Gods sovereignty, creation, love, and call. During the fall quarter we examine Isaiah, Hebrews, and Revelation to see how these books reveal the Sovereignty of God. Lukes Gospel, selected psalms, and Galatians will help us understand Creation: A Divine Cycle, our study for the winter. In the spring we will survey both the Old and New Testaments to discover that God Loves Us. We conclude during the summer with Gods Urgent Call, a study of the way God spoke to certain judges, prophets, and people of the New Testament.
- Weekly Scripture reading and reflection questions to enhance the teacher's personal spiritual growth.
- Weekly activities that the learners can do beyond the classroom to live out what they have learned.
- In-depth background article for each quarter.
- Quarterly pronunciation guide.
- Additional quarterly reference material, such as maps, charts, or timelines.
- Quarterly ideas for putting one's faith into action.
- Annual teacher enrichment article.
- Annual index to background Scriptures.
Dr. Nan Duerling has been writing and editing curriculum resources for youth and adults since 1984. The editor of The New International Lesson Annual, Nan has also contributed to resources including Mature Years, Scriptures for the Church Seasons, Seasons of the Spirit, Leader in the Church School Today, and Bible Lessons for Youth. When she served as a member of the Committee on the Uniform Series of the National Council of Churches, Dr. Duerling participated in the development of the annual cycles for the International Lesson Series and worked with the youth team as a consultant. Nan taught in the Course of Study School at Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, D.C. from 1987 until she retired in 2008.
Nan lives in Cambridge on Marylands picturesque Eastern Shore with her husband Craig, her mom Ruth, Craigs mom Helen, and two lively Curly-Coated Retrievers, Ada and Bentley, who are registered therapy dogs. The Duerlings are members of historic Zion United Methodist Church, where Nan leads a weekly lectionary study group for the community.
David Kalas is pastor of First United Methodist Church in Green Bay, Wisconsin. David is a graduate of the University of Virginia and Union Theological Seminary of Virginia and a contributing author to Sermons on the Gospel Readings and authored Savior on a Cross Lent 2005.
Jerry L. Sumney is Professor of Biblical Studies at Lexington Theological Seminary in Lexington, Kentucky. Pittsburgh Theological Seminary John Indermark is a writer and retired U.C.C. minister. He is the author of more than a dozen books, most recently The Greatest of These and Advent A to Z (co-authored with Sharon Harding). John also writes for several curriculum resources, including Feasting on the Word and New International Lesson Annual. John and his wife Judy now spend summers in Washington state and the remainder of the year in Tucson, Arizona.