061 – 10 Commandments of Powerfully Effective Group Bible Study [Podcast]

A replay of one of my favorite episodes

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Welcome to Season 2 of the Your Church Matters podcast.  Due to a busy travel schedule, a major book writing project, and 4 church consultations in process, I will be offering some replays of the main content of some previous episodes for the next few weeks. In this episode (61), I replayed the content of Episode 25, 10 Commandments of Powerfully Effective Group Bible Study.  The more detailed show notes can be found by clicking that link.  I am including a more bare bones outline here.



10 Commandments of Powerfully Effective Group Bible Study

1. Thou shalt not bore thy class.  (BE ENGAGING)

2. Thou shalt celebrate authenticity. (BE REAL)

3. Thou shalt prepare with intentionality. (BE PREPARED)

4. Thou shalt redeem the time. (BE TIMELY)

5. Thou shalt engage THE STORY. (BE FOCUSED)

6. Thou shalt embrace the mission of the church. (BE ON MISSION)

7. Thou shalt encourage the Body. (BE CONNECTED)

8. Thou shalt empower disciples. (BE PURPOSEFUL)

9. Thou shalt unleash ministers. (BE CATALYTIC)

10. Thou shalt journey with joy. (BE JOYFUL


Special note:  This content is being developed more fully in the book that I am working on right now.  I can’t wait to share it with you in the near future!



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