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Adult Sunday School Teacher
A resource to help you provide orientation and basic training to men and women involved in adult education and discipleship.
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A resource to help you provide orientation and basic training to men and women involved in adult education and discipleship.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Informed, But Not Transformed
Those who teach have a higher calling than simply to transfer information.

What Makes a Good Teacher?
Teachers who succeed have godly characters and the desire to transform students.

Advice From an Experienced Leader
Adult education teachers should know the Lord, their craft, and their students.

What Adults Are Looking For
Four characteristics of adult education that will change the way you deliver a lesson.

Adaptive Teaching
Great teachers give attention to the little things that make for a valuable learning experience.

Teaching a Mixed Class
Both young and old Christians have the same need: a fresh encounter with God’s Word.

Teaching That Connects
Tips for communicating truth that will change lives.


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Topics:Adult education, Communication, Sunday school, Teaching, Volunteer training, Volunteers
Filters:Adult ministry, Bible study, Christian education, Sunday school, Sunday school, Volunteer
References:Psalm 32:8, Ephesians 4:20, Deuteronomy 11:18-21
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