Teaching to Change Lives: Seven Proven Ways to Make Your Teaching Come Alive

September 8, 2019 - Comment

One of the most effective and influential Christian teachers of this century reveals how all teachers — from parents to Sunday school leaders, from pastors to professors — can make the most of their priceless opportunity to inspire, to instruct, and to permanently impact lives for the kingdom of God. Based on seven proven, easy-to-grasp

One of the most effective and influential Christian teachers of this century reveals how all teachers — from parents to Sunday school leaders, from pastors to professors — can make the most of their priceless opportunity to inspire, to instruct, and to permanently impact lives for the kingdom of God. Based on seven proven, easy-to-grasp laws any teacher can apply, Howard Hendricks’s classic teaching manual is a must-read for anyone who wants to teach with power and passion, excitement and excellence.

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Anonymous says:

… group of people and realized you were not very good at it If you have ever found yourself teaching a group of people and realized you were not very good at it, this book is for you. This was my condition recently, and I began a journey to grow in the art of teaching. “Teaching to Change Lives: Seven Proven Ways to Make Your Teaching Come Alive,” is just the book to begin the journey to becoming a better teacher. However, you may be a seasoned teacher who can glean from decades of experience as well. Written by Dr. Howard G. Hendricks (1924-2013), who…

Anonymous says:

Charismatic Teacher But Not Many Specifics For the very high ratings this book has, I was a little disappointed. I am a teacher by profession and passion and was hoping to get some great Bible teaching tips. The author is clearly a successful and dynamic teacher and has a charismatic personality. The book is filled with great anecdotes and one liners but not many specific tips or tactics for effective teaching. The book can be summarized by his seven laws. They are all thought Provoking but provide more of a philosophical framework than…

Anonymous says:

I love this book! I love this book! Here are a few excerpts copies from the Kindle version:The Law of the Teacher, simply stated, is this: If you stop growing today, you stop teaching tomorrow. Neither personality nor methodology can substitute for this principle. You cannot communicate out of a vacuum. You cannot impart what you do not possess. If you don’t know it–truly know it–you can’t give it.As an effective teacher, you must not only know that which you would teach–that is, your…

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