“Entrusted to Teach” is a new Bible teacher training workshop designed to provide much needed practical matters such as the basics of Bible study, lesson preparation, and lesson presentation but it goes beyond the traditional training and addresses spiritual preparation and passion in teaching.
Equipping Small Group Bible Teachers
Protecting Your Ministry
Developing a Stewardship Strategy for Your Church
IF WE HOPE TO CHANGE OUR NATION, WE NEED TO BEGIN BY CHANGING OUR CHURCHES . . .
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“Entrusted to Teach” can help pastors equip small group Bible teachers in their church and raise small group Bible teaching to a powerful new level.
what we do?
Entrusted to Teach Ministries provides training and resources to local churches in an effort to strengthen small group Bible teaching.
“Entrusted to Teach” training workshops are designed to provide much needed practical matters such as the basics of Bible study, lesson preparation, and lesson presentation, but goes beyond the traditional training to address spiritual preparation and passion in teaching.
ETT is a non profit ministry that seeks to assist churches and pastors equip small group Bible teachers.
WHY WE DO what we do?
Small group Bible teachers have a sacred responsibility to communicate God’s Word as effectively as possible. The problem is, nowadays, we associate pushing play on a DVD player with teaching. It’s not working. Small group Bible teachers must play a critical role in the battle against Biblical illiteracy in our culture.
Barna Research survey results reveal that, “most church-going adults reject the accuracy of the Bible, reject the existence of Satan, claim that Jesus sinned, see no need to evangelize, believe that good works are one of the keys to persuading God to forgive their sins, and describe their commitment to Christianity as moderate or even less firm.”
Teaching God’s Word is one of the essential functions of the local church, and the Pastor cannot fulfill this huge responsibility alone. The apostle Paul instructed Timothy, “And the things you have heard me say in the presence of many witnesses entrust to reliable people who will also be qualified to teach others” (2 Timothy 2:2).
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Miracle: Jesus Heals a Man of Dropsy on the Sabbath (Luke 14:1-14)
Jesus had constant conflict with the Pharisees over a variety of issues. He had harshly condemned them because of their hypocrisy, greed and wickedness (Matthew 23). In light of the ongoing enmity, why did they invite Him to dinner (Luke 11:37-52) and why did He accept their invitation?
It is one thing to boast in our knowing God but, according to Jesus, the bigger question is whether or not He knows us (see Matthew 7:20-23).
I can think of three ways we can build our relationship with God:
1) Time with Him in prayer, worship, and the study of His Word; both alone and with the church.
2) Trials, though none of us like going through them, provide one of the greatest opportunities for experiencing God. Rarely do we cling to Him more than when going through trials.
Jesus began the Sermon on the Mount with eight statements that we call the Beatitudes, from the Latin word for “Blessed.” Although some translators used the word “Happy,” that doesn’t do justice to the Greek word makarios. It means divine joy. The Latin word for it is beatitude which is where we get our title for verses 3-12, The Beatitudes. The word itself doesn’t even apply to human emotions. It’s a statement of how God views people who live a certain way.