In conjunction to Eric Espinoza's previous article, he models how to use the resources he suggests using a passage in the book of James.
Studying the Bible can be overwhelming. Eric Espinoza provides a list of a few academic resources that can help anyone navigate through scripture.
Narratives allow people to vividly experience teaching material. Dr. Paul Kelly suggests storytelling as an effective method for bible studies.
Bible teaching can come alive for students through a variety of techniques. Dr. Paul Kelly introduces the idea of utilizing photography as an effective teaching strategy.
Hebrew poetry contains unique features that should lead ministers to teach it a little differently. Dr. Paul Kelly provides three main qualities of Hebrew poetry that help bible teachers navigate its message.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced churches to use social media to connect with members and teach scripture. Dr. Kelly gives a few suggestions on how to use Facebook as an effective medium for bible study.
Even during tumultuous times, God's will still remains visible. Dr. Jim Wilson draws the Christian back to scripture to remember part of God's will for his people - to rejoice.
No matter the situation, the Christian life is about having fruit-filled seasons of serving the Lord. Dr. Durst suggests seven daily disciplines that serve as good discipleship practices during the coronavirus lockdown.
The end of a lesson is about seeing the lives of learners transformed by the word of God. Dr. Kelly gives instructions on how to focus on the 'Big Idea' of a bible passage that leads to transformation.
Though many are worried that social distancing will harm churches, it could be the unexpected catalyst for building community. Dr. Ferguson comments on the transformative factors that the pandemic lockdown can bring for churches.