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5 Principles of Jesus Teaching
(1) It was authoritative

  • Jesus taught as one who had authority
  • demonstrated by his actions and words
  • authenticated by his teaching, who he was as a person, and by his life and teaching

5 Principles of Jesus Teaching
(2) His teaching was NOT authoritarian

  • His teaching was not forced or imposed on his listeners
  • He specified the cost and demands of discipleship and encouraged people to make personal commitments
  • after delivering a message, he allowed the listener to decide on their own

5 Principles of Jesus’ teaching
(3) His teaching encouraged people to think 

  • He stimulated serious though and reflection
  • He expected hearers to carefully consider responses
  • He wanted them to search their hearts and minds

5 Principles of Jesus’ teaching
(4) He lived what He taught

  • He incarnated His message faithfully in His life and ministry
  • He demonstrated His love by washing the disciples’ feet and laying down his life for them

5 Principles of Jesus Teaching
(5) He loved those He taught

  • he loved his students and disciples in a way that indicated the deep longings of the heart for relationship with another person and God
  • also characterized by an equal concern for the truth

Briefly explain how the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) experienced and wrote about Jesus teaching style.   Matthew
Portrays Jesus as one who organizes his thoughts around 5 oratorical presentations. 

  • vision for participation in God’s kingdom
  • mission for the disciples
  • outline of redemptive history
  • Discipline that leads to reconciliation
  • vision for God’s future kingdom

Briefly explain how the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) experienced and wrote about Jesus teaching style.

Mark

Portrays Jesus as the teacher of authority and action who makes a difference in both individuals and society as a whole.
Briefly explain how the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) experienced and wrote about Jesus teaching style.Luke
Portrays Jesus as the inclusive and welcoming teacher who honors people of diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds.
Briefly explain how the Gospels (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) experienced and wrote about Jesus teaching style.

John

Portrays Jesus as a deeply personal and intimate teacher.
Kobe Learning Styles  Initiating
Initiating action to deal with experiences and situations
Kobe Learning Styles   Experiencing
Finding meaning from deep involvement in experience
Kobe Learning Styles    Imagining
Imagining possibilities by observing and reflecting on experiences
Kobe Learning Styles   Reflecting
Connecting experience and ideas through sustained reflection
Kobe Learning Styles   Analyzing
Integrating ideas into concise models and systems through reflection
Kobe Learning Styles   Deciding
Using theories and models to decide on problem solutions and courses of action
Kobe Learning Styles   Acting
Strong motivation for goal directed action that integrates people and tasks
Kobe Learning Styles   Balancing
adapting by weighing the pros and cons of acting vs. reflecting vs. experiencing vs. thinking
Umbrella Diagram   What do the Handle and the Bubbles represent?
Handle = Sunday School Bubbles = VBS, Jr. Soldiers, SS Classes, Bible Study
What are the 3 risks of social media?
1.

Be Relevant2. Be Responsible3. Beware Predators

    Hook
Yellow Brick Road – needs bait, attracts and grabs (show WHY something is important – it should create emotion, conversation, etc.)
    Book
Scarecrow – the knowledge we need to know, searches scripture and builds a biblical foundation. Effective bible study = culture, contexts, circumstances, preparation.
    Look
Tin Man – encourage the student to put together some basic life applications – searches motives, feelings, response. What does this mean to me personally? Application is the initial commitment to change.

    Took
Lion – part of the lesson which leads to life commitments. Encourages life change, accountability is important and should be applied.