Teach It Do It

When he had said this, he called out, “Anyone with ears to hear should listen and understand.” (Luke 8:8) In reporting what he had researched on the life of Jesus, Luke got in the rhythm of portraying a man who was demonstrating as He was teaching and the demonstration reinforced what was taught. Luke is writing so […]

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December Thanks #04: Learning

It occurred to me again recently that there’s an order to things where I am concerned. I am a writer because I am a reader. If I didn’t read I wouldn’t be as curious and desirous to express myself in writing. In a similar way, I am only ever much of a teacher because I […]

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When A Teacher Lays A Foundation

I suppose different things appeal to people in different ways.  I have had the privilege of being in different church environments. Some prefer a very rigid structure and order. Some are more flexible. Some make a big deal of monologue preaching as the central point of the gathering. Some make a big deal of the […]

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Titus Talk 02 – Titus the Teacher 

​You, however, must teach what is appropriate to sound doctrine. (Titus 2:1 NIV)  In the space of a few paragraphs, Paul outlines a curriculum with a motive. That outline does not include a lesson plan and session notes, neither does it describe classroom resources required and assessment methods. It does underline, however, the importance of […]

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