As Christian educators, we want our students to know the Bible. Our students need a solid foundation of Scripture learning qfor doctrine, for reproof, for education, for instruction in righteousnessq (2 Tim. 3:16).At the same time, we know that Bible information is not enough. Once when Jesus was talking to serious Bible students, He had these harsh words to say: qThese are the Scriptures that testify about me, yet you refuse to come to me to have lifeq (John 5:39-40).What a tragedy-people who knew all sorts of Bible details, yet had not yielded their lives to Jesus and had not experienced His transforming power! But it happened. And it can happen in our Sunday schools, even with dedicated leaders and teachers.What can we do? How can we make sure that we are reaching our students, and not just covering the lesson material?We must choose Bible lessons that students can understand and apply at their own level of development.We must build application into the whole lesson, and not just tack it on to the end.We must follow a comprehensive plan that takes every student, at every age, through a discipleship process that continues for a lifetime. This book will show you how.ELEMENTARY (2NDa 3RD GRADE) Second and third graders have developed beyond beginning readers and writers. Lesson materials for this age level should challenge their growing Bible knowledge by encouraging these students toanbsp;...
|Title||:||How to Equip Your Sunday School for Life Change|
|Author||:||David C. Cook|
|Publisher||:||David C Cook - 2000-01|