In this episode I break down the process of developing the Purpose Bridge, and show you some ideas about developing the Central Proposition of the Lesson or Sermon. This develops into a powerful tool in teaching God's word. Plus, there is a little challenge I made for you.
Winning at life is simple, but not easy. James 1:12-18 gives us great insight into how to make small changes in our lives that lead to greater intimacy with God. It's as simple as learning to choose our desires. That takes training and effort, but it is the surest...
In this episode you'll hear several questions to ask to find the Purpose Bridge. The Purpose Bridge bridges the gap between Bible study and application. Your motives are highlited here, and a purpose is discovered.
Jesus built His Kingdom on the concept of love. He acted in compassion for others and made it a hallmark of His Kingdom. No serious Christian doubts the importance of it. But what does true compassion look like?
In this episode I walk you through the process of discovering the central idea of the lesson. Using the Central Proposition of the Text and the Purpose Bridge helps determine the main idea, which includes the facts, the application, and motivation.