Precepts for Living (2019-2020) - Adonijah Okechukwu Ogbonnaya

Precepts for Living (2019-2020)

By Adonijah Okechukwu Ogbonnaya

  • Release Date: 2019-07-09
  • Genre: Christianity

Description

Product Code: 1-2020
2019-2020 Annual Bible Commentary 
 
Deepen Your Knowledge and Understanding of God’s Word
 
The 2019-2020 edition of the Precepts For Living® Annual Bible Commentary will enhance your personal Bible study—and the impact of your Bible teaching—with powerful, life-transforming insights, an amazing depth of study, and creative-teaching resources. Precepts For Living®, published by UMI (Urban Ministries, Inc.), is based on the International Uniform Lesson Series and provides parallel KJV and NLT translations. The in-depth historical, biographical, and geographic insights are important in breaking down the Word of God, allowing for better understanding and ease of discussion. Each lesson presents a unique opportunity to learn key Greek and Hebrew vocabulary words and discover how to apply the lessons from the Bible.   

POPULAR SECTIONS AND FEATURES:
 
Liberating Lesson 
• Highlights parallels of biblical accounts to everyday life • Encourages deeper thinking on how the Scriptures relate to modern society • Explores the social justice implications of Christian Scripture  
Application for Activation
• Provides guidance for practical life application • Motivates the reader, as well as churches, to act in response to the lessons • Reveals strategies for taking each lesson from information to activation  
Teaching Tips
• Shares insights to help engage students and improve your teaching skills each quarter • Offers advice focused on adult learners that is also helpful in teaching other age levels • Gives step-by-step instructions for each lesson to empower teachers to effectively lead the class through the subject matter      
Quarterly Essays • Includes scholarly writings and reflections from world-class educators to enhance learning • Sharpens quarterly themes through scholarly perspectives • Spotlights relevant profiles in Black history and Christian Education