Numbers is the fourth book in the Old Testament, in the section known as either the Pentateuch, The Torah, or The Books of Moses. The majority of scholars agree that it was written by Moses through inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Like Leviticus, there are passages which may seem dry or insignificant, and yet there is much to be learned in this section of the Bible. How do we read through it?
All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; so that the man of God may be adequate, equipped for every good work. 2 Timothy 3:16-17, NASB Never miss a teachable moment---even from a silly goose. My children have been memorizing the above passage from 2 Timothy for the past two… Continue reading Lessons from a silly goose.
Welcome to another installment of Teaching Tip Thursday! Today's Tip: Define Terms As I have said in multiple posts, my children have blessed me with both humility and enlightenment. We read together daily, and my children don't hesitate to ask, "what does 'exasperated' mean?" (haha!) Even though I consider myself to have an extensive vocabulary, I'm not… Continue reading Bible Teaching Tips! (Tip #5)
Welcome to today’s edition of Teaching Tip Thursday! Today's Tip: Use Visual Aids It was a real mustard seed, small and insignificant. I peered curiously into the glass vial with amazement before passing it to my friend. Mrs. Fike had brought the little seed to our Bible class to help us grasp Jesus' parable of the mustard seed. Mrs. Fike… Continue reading Bible Teaching Tips! (Tip#4)
Welcome to today’s edition of Teaching Tip Thursday! Today's Tip: Review isn't for dummies If you have the opportunity to teach a class with the same person (or people) more than once, do not hesitate to review. It gives you, as a teacher, a pulse on what information has been retained and what the student does… Continue reading Bible Teaching Tips! (Tip #3)