Written by pastor and Bible teacher Dr. Gregory Brown, The Bible Teacher’s Guide gets right to the heart of everyday issues facing Christian believers.
You will notice right away that there is something different about this series. The content is fresh, insightful, and immediately applicable. Dr. Brown directs a laser-like focus on Bible books, characters, and topics, and delivers Bible-based applications we can put into practice immediately.
Here are 4 practical reasons for having this series in your digital library:
- Ideal for Personal Bible Study
- Excellent for Small Group Study
- A Leadership Resource for Teachers Preparing to Share God’s Word
- A Practical Tool for Christian Counseling
Expositional and Topical - Studies That Go Deep
Even when Dr. Brown covers an entire book of the Bible, like Nehemiah, he emphasizes an important topic, such as leadership. Each volume contains 5-25 weekly lessons that can be studied personally or with a group. Questions for discussion and application are also provided.
The volume on Abraham contains 15 lessons. The first lesson in this volume examines God’s call on the great patriarch. It details 11 specific expectations and experiences that come with God’s calling. This is more than a list of attributes. You and everyone else will come away from this single lesson with rich and full understanding of what it means to be called by God.
Click on the yellow “Sample” button underneath the book cover image to read a sample.
About the Author:
Greg Brown earned his MA in religion and MA in teaching from Trinity International University, a MRE from Liberty University, and a PhD in theology from Louisiana Baptist University. He has served over thirteen years in pastoral ministry and currently serves as chaplain and visiting professor at Handong Global University, pastor at Handong International Congregation, and as a Navy Reserve chaplain.