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Teaching That Makes a Difference by Dan Lambert
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Jul 29, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: 2010, youth-ministry
Read in May, 2010

Not a bad primer on teaching youth. Lambert spends a lot of time giving suggestions on curriculum development (though he never gives much help in what a curriculum for youth should include) and doesn't spend nearly enough time helping leaders understand how to develop effective Bible study. All the pieces are here, but not with much clarity. I was looking forward to his chapter on how Jesus taught. Unfortunately, it includes a lot of ideas, but many of them are extraneous--he doesn't really do much with it. All in all, a helpful read for new leaders of youth, but not deep enough for a long-term tool nor practical enough to be a good training book.

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