Dr. Willis Newman, Esmeralda Newman, bible-teaching-about.com

Delivering
Bible Messages

This compact ebook clearly explains the art and science of Bible interpretation – including personal preparation, and how to deliver Bible messages, 12 concise principles, and a step-by-step worksheet to follow. A concrete easy-to-follow plan is given on how to prepare, outline and deliver Bible messages. Proven teaching principles are explained, along with how to make a syllabus and lesson plan for excellent results in a classroom. 

A section details how to deliver a potent and compelling presentation in any situation. Finally, a time tested strategy is presented on how to organize and conduct a successful group home Bible study for evangelism and discipleship. A selected bibliography points the reader to a rich mine of information.

Some sections are taken from the author’s book, Christian Foundations for the South Pacific.

CONTENTS

Part one: Bible study methods

  1. Preparation for Bible study
  2. Spiritual, Mental, Bible study tools
  3. Twelve principles for Bible study
  4. Study tips
  5. OIA method of Bible study
  6. Observation, Interpretation, Application
  7. Scripture analysis format

Part two: How to plan and prepare

  1. Bible message or lesson
  2. Putting it together: the plan
  3. Format & planning sheet
  4. The outline with example
  5. Bible examples
  6. Running commentary
  7. Expository sermon
  8. Topical sermon

Part three: how to deliver powerfullessons in the classroom

  1. Principles of teaching
  2. Teacher, subject, place, student, communication,
  3. Teaching, learning process, assimilation accommodation
  4. Review, study.
  5. Sample course syllabus, and lesson plan

Part four: how to present a compelling and potent message

  1. Principles of persuasion
  2. Objections to persuasion
  3. Reciprocation, commitment, social proof
  4. Likeability, authority, scarcity
  5. Basic thoughts on delivery
  6. Prayer, expectations, Holy Spirit
  7. Confidence, illustrations
  8. Invitations
  9. Fear
  10. Emotion, Aristotle’s canons

Part five: how to organize and conduct a successful group Bible study

  1. Forming a group, meeting place
  2. Subject matter
  3. A suggested format
  4. The difficult person
  5. When to disband
  6. Social events

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