Tomorrow will make the fifth day this week that I have led Sunday School conferences. I have been in the Kentucky cities of Crittenden, Lexington, … [Read more...] about Making Disciples Through the Sunday School
At the end of today's Sunday School lesson, the teacher apologized that there was so much lecture. I had not really noted the difference until he … [Read more...] about Balanced Triangular Sides of Life-Changing Sunday School Lessons
Revolutionary Sunday School teachers desire more than to do a good job. Like Olympic athletes, they want to give their best! They know that God … [Read more...] about Benchmarks for Excellence in Sunday School Teaching, Part 1
I read an interesting article by Elizabeth Steele entitled How Responding to People's Needs Hurts the Church. She contends that "because of the … [Read more...] about Do We Hurt the Sunday School When We Address People’s Needs?
My youngest son graduates from high school tonight. He has been in school for thirteen years (including kindergarten). He knows so much more than he … [Read more...] about Sunday School Graduation or at Least Making Progress