Teachers, lecturers and pastors can learn a lot from the methods Jesus Christ used when He preached and taught on earth. In a lecture by James Beeke, Christian educator from British Columbia Canada, explained eight methods Christ used to Mukhanyo lecturers at the Pretoria learning support centre on Monday, 8 August.
Here follows a very brief summary of the eight approaches. James promised that he will send the full course to Mukhanyo as soon as he is back in Canada, which will than be made available to all.
Think about this:
Do you really trust God?
A balancer was going to cross the Victoria waterfall on a tightrope. He asked the audience if they thought he could do it. They knew him and agreed that he could. He did. He asked if they thought he could do it backwards. They thought he could. He did. Next he asked if they thought he could do it pushing a wheelbarrow. Again they were sure he could, and again he did. If there would be a person in the wheelbarrow? Yes, everybody was pretty sure he could do this as well. So he pointed to a person who had agreed that he surely would be able to do it: “You, come along!” He declined. So did he really trust? Implication: do you really trust God?