Gospel.com Topics Feed - Teaching 2015-03-18T15:47:45-05:00 GCI info@gospel.com /feeds/topics/teaching/ Why infographics are great for churches and nonprofits http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/12722 2015-03-18T15:47:45-05:00 “You win, infographics!” In communicating overall concepts quickly and simply, visual beats text. Learn how churches can use infographics, which apply also to non-profits and other teams. New Lumin software delivers educational solutions in Majority World http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/12383 2014-05-23T11:00:19-05:00 Right back in the early days of the Internet, MAF (Missionary Aviation Fellowship) were digital pioneers, and continue to develop innovative solutions that meet the needs of the Majority World. Last year, we featured their Estante Phone app. They are now excited to release a free software product called Lumin which will enable teaching and discipleship through mobiles phones or computers. Rub It In - #6774 http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-personal-power/rub-it-in-6774 2012-12-27T14:09:08-05:00 What did you read today? What are you doing differently because of it? When God says meditate on it, what does that mean? Does that mean you stare into space blankly, kind of an Eastern mysticism thing? Not at all! You think about something you read in the Bible until you have made a connection between what you read and something you're going to face today. Mobile phones and Christian ministry in Africa http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/9157 2012-09-04T11:54:37-05:00 Mobiles have become transformative across Africa. It is an amazing story. Any plan for evangelism or discipleship in Africa, which does not integrate mobile phones at some level, is severely handicapped. Discover Your Gifts Leader's Guide http://faithaliveresources.org/Products/216585/discover-your-gifts-leaders-guide.aspx 2011-06-08T15:27:01-05:00 This five-session interactive course helps people identify their spiritual gifts to use in building up the church and kingdom of Christ in this world. Each participant also fills out a gift-discovery survey in the student book or online. True Woman: Teaching the Resurrection to Tiny Hearts and Minds http://truewoman.com/?id=1681 2011-05-26T15:56:08-05:00 Several weeks ago, my three-year-old son, Eli came home from church brokenhearted. After several moments of crying we finally pried out what was troubling him. “I want . . .” sob, sob, “Jesus to give me,” sob, sob, “my heart back” he wailed. Who's Feeding You? - #6309 http://hutchcraft.com/a-word-with-you/your-most-important-relationship/who-s-feeding-you-6309 2011-03-17T09:54:14-05:00 The foundation of a relationship with Jesus Christ comes down to you and Jesus, alone in a room. You with a Bible in your hands digging out your personal word for today from the Word of God. Don't use insider Christian religious jargon http://internetevangelismday.com/blog/archives/2374 2010-08-16T08:45:07-05:00 Three funny but serious video clips highlight the importance of avoiding 'Christianese' jargon. Adult learning principles: how people learn effectively including in Christian environment http://internetevangelismday.com/adult-learning.php 2010-08-07T18:02:41-05:00 How best do people learn? It is an interesting question with some fascinating answers, because it has a high degree of relevance to effective Christian communication of the Gospel. Until relatively recently, all teaching strategies were developed for children. But now, considerable research has been done on the best ways to teach adults effectively. Indeed it is a subject that can itself be studied at undergraduate or postgraduate levels. Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - A Brand New Daddy - #8297 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters http://hutchcraft.com/a-life-that-matters/radio-program/a-brand-new-daddy-8297 2009-09-18T14:14:58-05:00 Little Scotty really wanted to play with his dad, and his dad really wanted to read his massive Sunday paper. Well, Scotty kept tapping on the newspaper, and finally Scotty’s dad had an idea: he tore out a page of the paper that had a map of the world. He tore it into puzzle pieces and he said, “As soon as you put this picture together, I’ll play with you.” Two minutes later his son shows up with the picture together. He said, “Scotty, how did you put this picture of the whole world together so fast?” He said, “Daddy, it was easy. There was a picture of a man on the other side. If you put the man together right, the world goes together just fine.”