Tag Archives: Teach 1 Thing

Children’s Ministry Volunteer Training – Teach One Thing

February 15, 2013

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Here’s a segment from a Children’s Ministry training seminar I gave about the importance of focusing on just one point in your lesson.  Main Points: Focus Your Teaching to One Biblical Theme When preparing your Sunday School lesson choose one main point that you want to focus on. Pray, read through the lesson, look at […]

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Tips for Leading Application Time #3

January 2, 2013

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Tip #3 – Teach 1 Thing My third tip in this series on tips for leading application time is this: Teach One Thing! I talk about this concept a lot. It is really important for teachers to teach one thing during a lesson. This concept should transfer to application time as well. It would confuse […]

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Nursery Tip-Teach 1 Thing

October 16, 2012

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I have written about teaching one thing elsewhere on my website. I talk about it in training seminars. It’s an important concept for teachers to understand and to practice. Those of you who serve in the nursery may feel that you are simply babysitting. You may even wonder what kind of training or support is […]

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4 Tips for Teaching a Multi-Age Class

April 12, 2012

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Many Sunday School teachers have the responsibility of teaching one class with children of all ages. This is not an easy responsibility, but it can be done. Here are 4 tips for teachers of multi-age classes: 1. Teach to the middle For the Bible lesson portion of your Sunday School class, plan and teach for […]

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Good Friday – Jesus is our Mighty Savior!

April 4, 2012

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On Friday, I am leading a preschool program for the Good Friday service. The program is for children ages 2-6. A number of churches get together to remember the death of Jesus and to celebrate the gift of salvation together. I love serving with children’s ministry volunteers from other churches! I love getting to know […]

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