As an educator of Adult Bible Study Program, you have so many things on your mind when you come in to present a message. You are discerning through the message.
You are also probably prioritizing in your thoughts what are the main ideas that are in these specific lessons. They are all good stuff to be considering. But I wish to encourage someone to start considering better things.
Because whatever you think the most notable top priority in the lessons is from week to week, the true priority is the needs that all people in your group have. You can also get info on adult ministry by clicking at:
As a tutor, a huge part of your task is determining what those needs are and then deciding how best you as an organization can meet those needs. Yes, every week folks have some dependence on knowledge.
That’s part of why they arrived and you also as the professor who analyzed the Adult Bible Review Curriculum will there be to meet that requirement. But there are usually other needs that very good outweigh the necessity for knowledge.
There’s been a whole lot of research on needs. Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs is usually the best and well known. But we don’t have the perfect time to break all that down.
With regard to time I wish to simplify and say that folks have relational needs that require to be attained. And these relational needs are more important than any dependence on knowledge.