Making Bible Study Transformational

Making Bible Study Transformational

Learn to move beyond passing information from one person to another.

There are several words that often describe Bible-study sessions in small groups: useful, interesting, pleasant, informative. But very seldom does studying the Bible as a group become transformational. That's because most Bible studies are aimed at transferring information, not transforming lives.

This E-Training Module will help group leaders evaluate their current study experience, and to add in different types of questions and activities that will expand the group's experience and create an environment more conducive for spiritual growth.

Topics Covered:

Prepare Yourself

Evaluate Style and Group Interaction

Select Icebreaker Questions

Select Observation Questions

Select Interpretation Questions

Select Application Questions

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