Living the adventure

What sparkling qualities do you remember about the small group leaders you’ve had? I can think about the ones I’ve known and learn from their personalities and styles—they’ve been kind, funny, and sweet. To-the-point, insightful, and encouraging. People-oriented, God-centered, and Bible-based. The leaders that have left some sparkle in my memory are those who saw the individual members of their groups, cared about each person’s contribution, and kept the discussion focused on God, His Word, and related experiences. They spoke from the heart and shared what God had taught them. They knew how long to let a group member share and when to reign in a rabbit bounding down the trail. ...

 

 

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In this series on Bible studies, I can’t leave out this question: What are the pros and cons of using a DVD-driven study? I have seen it work well and not-so-well. So what makes the difference? When you’re considering whether to use a video-driven study, these pros and cons may help. If you’re creating your own study, these lists may help you to decide whether to make videos to go with your book. ...

 

 

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Who do you love? We all have our favorites—those Bible study authors we like to read again and again. We like to hear how they explain God’s Word and apply it to our everyday lives. They equip us for life and get us through rough times. Our favorite authors have personalities we admire and stories we can relate to as they share from the heart and show what God has taught them. 

In this post, I’d like to compare the styles of Bible teachers and the formats of their books. But first, let me share with you some of my favorites. ...

 

 

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Life With God: A Blog by Katy Kauffman

Editor, Award-Winning Author, Bible Teacher

Katy loves to write about how God works in our lives on a daily basis. Each day with Him is an adventure. As she captures some of those adventure moments here, share what God is teaching you as well.

 

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