Ministry Styles 4: Learning to Learn by Steve Childers

Steve —  October 5, 2018 — Leave a comment

Video 4: Learning How to Learn

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It’s not enough for you to teach if no one is really learning. It may sound obvious, but it’s often missed: The purpose of teaching is to make learning possible.

The purpose of teaching is to make learning possible.

In the Great Commission, Jesus did not instruct us merely to teach all his commandments. Instead, he told us to teach people how to obey all his commandments (Matt 28:18-20).

There’s a big difference!

A common mistake leaders make in developing a church into a healthy learning community is the failure to identify the best styles and methods to maximize the learning experience of church members.

In this 6-part series you’ll be equipped to:

      • Recognize the risks in adapting ministry styles
      • Describe the dynamics of under and over-adapting
      • Define worship emphases, elements, and models
      • Identify learning models, styles, and principles
      • Explain fellowship celebrations, congregations, and cells
      • Analyze outreach gathering and scattering styles

This brief video (7:07) will help you determine which learning styles best fit you, your church, and the community you serve.

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