Perpetuating Truth Through Teaching
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Recognize your role in God’s plan to ensure
that His truths live on from generation to
generation. Perpetuating Truth Through
Teaching looks at eight key Bible figures who
responded to God’s truth and the key principles
of how they taught it to others. You’ll be
challenged by this reminder of the important
role you play and of the unshakable vitality of
the truth that God has called you to teach.
• The Student Guide includes practical applications,
and reflection questions.
• The Leader Guide includes chapter outlines, handouts,
and overhead masters.
• The CD-ROM includes PowerPoint presentations and
handouts in English and Spanish, and a Spanish version
of the Leader Guide.
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God in His wonderful wisdom chose people to perpetuate
truth. Clancy P. Hayes, a master storyteller, uses both
biblical narratives and modern-day examples to remind us
that the truths of God are both “taught and caught.” In
Perpetuating Truth Through Teaching, Hayes draws parallels
from the lives of eight Bible figures to illustrate that
teachers not only impart knowledge, but more importantly,
they impart themselves into the lives of their students.
Not only is the author schooled in the Word, but he is
seasoned by life!
Throughout the book, his applications
are both non-churchy and relevant. This is not
another “how to” book; it’s a refreshingly new approach to
teaching that combines relationship-building and the
impartation of contemporary mindsets—both in the classroom
and in the school of life.
The Scriptures come alive, as the reader gleans new
insights into old stories. His discourse on John the
Baptist’s vs. Jesus’ wilderness experiences especially
spark my interest. He writes, “Jesus and John came out of
their wilderness experiences with distinctly different
tasks. One was called to prepare the way; the other to a
starring role. One was called to be a baptizer, the other
was called to be the Savior.”
Hayes not only tells stories, he effectively shows today’s
teacher how to perpetuate truth. His transparency and
honesty capture my respect.
Gospel Publishing House has not only succeeded in
providing an incredible training book, but has also tapped
into a 21st-century paradigm that’s sure to inspire both
teachers and students alike.
Roger S. Loomis, Pastor
The Cross Community A/G
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