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How to Teach the Bible
This download gives practical advice in how to impart God's Word to others.
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Overview

Pastors and small group directors, you will find this resource useful as you challenge others to step up to lead Bible studies. Keep this reproducible tool handy for those who are contemplating leadership and get them started correctly on the path to having a great impact.

This 43-page resource includes articles from seasoned ministry veterans that gives practical advice in how to impart God's Word to others.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Back to the Basics
Introduction

Leader's Guide
How to use this download for a group study.

Basics in Bible Study
Everyone who teaches the Bible, or just wants to study it herself, needs to learn these essentials.

Bible Study Methods and Applications
A review of Bible study methods and research tools.

More Than Just a Bible Study
Allow God’s Word to transform lives as you study together.

Opening the Bible for Seekers
Discussion Bible studies are powerful agents of change.

Dig Deep into God's Word
The power of inductive Bible study for your group.


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Topics:Teaching, Women
Filters:Bible study, Woman leader, Women's ministry
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