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A Field Guide on False Teaching – Tim Challies

Christians have always had to contend with false teaching and competing faiths. But what surely makes the current age unique is the sheer number and sheer diversity we may encounter in any given place. From my context in ultra-multicultural Toronto, it is not unusual to find myself in a setting where there are adherents of... Read more

TGC Podcast: Danny Akin on Teaching Kids to Love the Nations

The following is a lightly edited transcript; please check the audio or video before quoting. Danny Akin: Little Global Hearts. How to give our children a vision for the world, building Great Commission families. Two texts that are going to drive my study this morning, the first I will read now, and the other in... Read more

Help! Im Struggling to Accept the Bibles Teaching on Men and Women

This article is part of the Help! series. A Deeply Fulfilling Vision Experience has taught me that there are two ways to commend a vision of manhood and womanhood. One way has to do with rational argumentation concerning factual evidences. For example, an evangelical Christian wants to know, Does the Bible really teach this vision... Read more

Teaching Situations – Daughters of Promise – September 14

TEACHING SITUATIONSJaime Wyrtzen LauzeOne Sabbath he was going through the grainfields, and as they made their way, his disciples began to pluck heads of grain. And the Pharisees were saying to him, Look, why are they doing what is not lawful on the Sabbath? Mark 2:23 and 24We are surrounded every day with opportunities to... Read more

Jonathan Gibson on Teaching Obadiah

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Jonathan Gibson: Obadiah is inviting us to read this book with the backdrop of the Esau-Jacob narrative where the divine economy of the older shall serve the younger was set in the tent... Read more

Jay Sklar on Teaching Leviticus

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Jay Sklar: You really can teach the book of Leviticus, although at first glance it seems so strange. My experience has been that that almost gives an advantage because people’s expectations are so... Read more

Richard Pratt on Teaching 1 Chronicles

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Richard Pratt: And that’s exactly what the Book of Chronicles was written about is what to do now that you’re back from exile and you’re rebuilding the kingdom. What should we do? And... Read more

Michael McKelvey on Teaching Amos

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Michael McKelvey: We have a tendency to stereotype things, especially in our world. And when people think of Amos because it’s been used popularly to refer to things of social justice, and particularly... Read more

Most evangelicals support women in preaching and teaching roles – survey

Nicole Honeywill/UnsplashA survey of evangelicals has found broad support for women in church leadership roles, including preaching from the pulpit on Sundays. In the survey by political scientist Ryan P Burge, 72.8% of respondents were supportive of women preaching on Sunday morning.  Eight in ten (81%) were happy to have women preach at women's conferences and... Read more

We’re teaching children to express their own opinions but is it at the cost of tolerance and listening?

(Photo: Pexels/Miguel . Padrin)Are you the sort of person who speaks their mind? Do you make your opinion known about things clearly, repeatedly passionately and with ease?Not all people can.It can be for many reasons; background, fear of reprisal or causing offence, anxiety to name a few.I fear hurting people, and that often stops me... Read more

Hopes Wilt for Teaching Christianity in Schools in Sudan

Hopes Wilt for Teaching Christianity in Schools in Sudan JUBA, South Sudan, June 18, 2020 (Morning Star News) Hopes that the transitional government in Sudan would bring back Christianity as a school subject alongside Islam wilted when officials omitted it from an academic schedule released last week, sources said.Doubly disappointed when an expected... Read more

New Study Shows Significant Increase in Teaching of Evolution over Creationism in Public Schools

New Study Shows Significant Increase in Teaching of Evolution over Creationism in Public Schools Over the last 12 years, the teaching of creationism in public high schools across the U.S. has declined while the time devoted to teaching the theory of evolution has sharply increased, a new study finds.The study, titled "Teaching evolution... Read more

Harry Reeder on Teaching Ecclesiastes

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Harry Reeder: There’s three themes that you’ve gotta translate from Ecclesiastes and vanity into the Christian life, informed by the vitality of Christ. And that number one is this, you’re going to get... Read more

COVID-19 Is Teaching Us About Humanity – TGC Africa

If the COVID-19 pandemic highlights anything, it is that to be human is to be interdependent, finite, and dependent. This virus has thrown a tiny spanner into humanitys project of self-procured immortality, independence, and self-reliance. John Donnes adage, no man is an island, quickly fades into the past in this fast-paced, technologically advancing world. Large... Read more

Benjamin Gladd on Teaching Luke

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Nancy Guthrie: Welcome to “Help Me Teach the Bible.” I’m Nancy Guthrie. “Help Me Teach the Bible” is a production of The Gospel Coalition sponsored by Crossway, a not-for-profit publisher of the ESV... Read more

Colin Smith on Teaching Lamentations to Grieving People

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Colin Smith: I think of preaching or teaching the Bible as being like a little humpback bridge over a river. You’ve got the world of the Bible, and you’ve got the world of... Read more

Brian Tabb on Teaching Titus

The following is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Before quoting in print, please check the corresponding audio for accuracy. Nancy Guthrie: Welcome to “Help Me Teach The Bible.” I’m Nancy Guthrie. “Help Me Teach The Bible” is a production of The Gospel Coalition sponsored by Crossway, a not-for-profit publisher of the ESV... Read more

3 Lessons From a Decade of Teaching Online

Over the past few weeks all of my pastor friends have done the unthinkable and become televangelists. Among the many disruptions caused by the coronavirus, church leaders have found themselves suddenly faced with the challenge of shepherding their flocks without actually gathering corporately. This means that churches everywhere, many for the first time, are exploring... Read more

Paul House on Teaching Joel

Paul House: We also need to help believers these days find good ways to talk about judgment because my older believers, yeah, they’ve long believed in judgment. But my younger folks, it’s very difficult for them to think about judgment and it being fair. So they’re almost default universalists if they’re not careful. It is... Read more

Is the Bibles Educating about Homosexuality Offensive?

[ad_1] Male and Feminine, God Created Them The Bible is unequivocal on the query of gay intercourse. First, males sleeping with males is prohibited within the Jewish regulation (e.g., Lev. 18:22; 20:13). This doesn't show the case for Christians. Many Outdated Testomony legal guidelines are particularly declared not binding within the New Testomony (for instance,... Read more

William Wooden on Instructing Zephaniah

[ad_1] The next is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Earlier than quoting in print, please examine the corresponding audio for accuracy. William Wooden: One of many most important thrusts of the e book is Zephaniah can be a sturdy portrait of the day of the Lord. The day of the Lord most... Read more

COVID19 obligation: parenting, discipling and educating from dwelling – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] USA (MNN) –Its March 19, 2020. Have been presupposed to be in the course of March Insanity, prepping our elementary college youngsters for spring class journeys, prepping highschool youngsters for band journeys and seniors for promenade, prepping faculty seniors for adulting, and submitting taxes. As an alternative, Individuals discover themselves becoming a member of... Read more

Instructing God’s Phrase to a world in want – Mission Community Information

[ad_1] Intl (MNN) Instructing supplies the chance to point out college students find out how to course of the world round them. But, typically that work is completed with out the affect of the Bible. Harold Klasssen with TeachBeyond believes that may change, even in secular matters. Many Christians battle with integrating Scripture into topics... Read more

Instructing and Coaching Your Kids Properly – Tim Challies

[ad_1] This put up is sponsored by The Gospel Venture and explains why at Grace Fellowship Church we use their product There are loads of completely different choices for Bible research and childrens ministry curriculum. However how do you determine which is the best one on your ministry? Whereas it's useful to assessment a publishers... Read more

Andrew Sach on Instructing 2 Kings

[ad_1] The next is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Earlier than quoting in print, please examine the corresponding audio for accuracy. Andrew Sach: Up within the chariot, the prophet goes, leaving his successor to take care of God’s foes. Elisha is now the person with Elijah’s cloak. Elisha is now the water... Read more

Your Telephone Is Instructing You Easy methods to Pray

[ad_1] The solar units and rises, and all of the individuals of the earth examine their telephones. The mesmerizing glow wakes us up, escorts us into the day forward, supplying us with all we missed whereas we slept. Our little companion goes with us, each notification calling out to us. We watch for quiet moments... Read more

David Murray on Instructing Hosea

[ad_1] The next is an uncorrected transcript generated by a transcription service. Earlier than quoting in print, please test the corresponding audio for accuracy. David Murray: So long as individuals consider God as a fallacy, as a holier than thou, indifferent, trying down on, simply condemning, criticizing and judging, there’s no pull, there’s no attraction,... Read more