Day 7: How to Teach The Entire Bible: A Long-Range Approach To Sermon Planning and Development

During my 20-plus years in full-time ministry, I’ve seen a wide variety of teaching methods employed on Sunday mornings. While I have never served as a full-time teaching pastor, my role typically involves a lot of planning and development of support materials and coordinated teaching curriculum. In this blog post, I want to provide you […]

Two Words That Open the Door to Unlimited Learning

Jeff Charbonneau was named 2013 National Teacher of the Year for a reason. The man gets involved. In his small school in Zillah, Washington, a community of only 3,000 people, Charbonneau wears many hats. He’s the high school chemistry teacher. He’s also the yearbook teacher and the assistant drama teacher. He used to be the […]

The Sunday Sermon: How Long is Too Long?

See on Scoop.it – eLearning Church General observations: More interactivity in a course (which is good!) equals less certainty you have over the length of each lesson. In designing online training, assume your learner will have zero previous exposure to the content. As a general rule, elearning courses should never exceed two hours in length, […]