Practical Tools for Studying and Teaching the Word

Sept. 26, 2015 Jen Wilkin

What should characterize our Bible study? What kind of tools do we need? Jen Wilkin lays out helpful tools and practices to guide us as we dig into God's Word.

Running Time: 52 minutes


Transcript

Jen Wilkin: All right, so this is my third time to get to be with you and my hope in this session is that I will be able to put into your hands tools to help you be the unashamed worker as you handle the Word of truth. And so we’re going to get very specific in this session.

And you probably noticed that when Pastor Mason was teaching he had three points every time. Do you know why he did that? Because that’s what an excellent public speaker does. And so I just thought I’d like to tell you up front, I have nine. [laughter] And you’re in excellent hands. You can trust me. There will be nine.

My hope is that we can learn how to better utilize our time interacting with the Scriptures to affect transformation in ourselves and in those we teach. And so how do …

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About the Speaker

Jen Wilkin

Jen Wilkin is a speaker, writer, and teacher of women's Bible studies in Dallas, Texas. She and her family are members of The Village Church where she serves on staff. Jen writes and teaches the Flower Mound Women's Bible Study, a 700-member interdenominational Bible study. Her passion is to see women become articulate, committed followers of Christ, with a clear understanding of why they beleive what they beleive, grounded in the Word of God.