Teach - “Teaching them to observe all things”
Jesus has commanded the Church to make disciples. He taught in John 8:31 that those who continue in His Word are His disciples. The word “disciple” can be translated as “one who sits at the feet of another.” Our aim as Christian educators is to declare the whole counsel of God, and to assess, challenge, and equip every Bible student to become a Bible teacher.
The standard for all teaching is the Holy Bible, and every sermon, study or teaching has expected learning outcomes and objectives in mind. The aim of every teacher is to submit as a willing vessel to the Holy Spirit in the delivery of God- honoring instruction with a thematic and practical emphasis. All instructions are accompanied by expected outcomes that impact the head, heart, and hand. (Cognitive, affective, behavioral) (Whole person)
It is our goal to disciple Christians in the discovery of their individual ministry gifts, to encourage the expression and use of those gifts, and to mature believers in their faith. (Ephesians 4:12-13, Hebrews 5:12-14)