How to Study and Teach the Bible to Students

This resource outlines a classical method of Bible study (observation, interpretation, application). It includes examples and ideas on how to teach the Bible to students.

A curriculum can be great…I’ve written some, so I’m a believer in how helpful it can be.

However, I also think people ought to read and talk about the Bible directly. You don’t need a seminary degree to lead a discussion about the Bible. This resource can help anyone learn the skills necessary for digging into a passage, creating a few questions, and lead a discussion with students.

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About the Author:

Consider Matt that friend who gives you advice on how to become the best version of yourself. Having thrived in churches large and small in a variety of different roles, he knows how to help you WIN as a leader in youth ministry. Matt has served at Saddleback Church for 15 years and Co-founded Download Youth Ministry. He currently serves as the director of discipleship resources for a Christian non-profit, a volunteer small group leader of freshmen in his church, and mentors youth workers through his latest project, Leading Youth Ministry.

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