Tuesday, July 27, 2010


I've been teaching through Leviticus in my Old Testament class the past couple days. It's one of my favorite books in the Bible, especially when teaching. I think it's because it's just such a surprise, yet so critical to the whole theme of the Bible.

My first year Bible students are doing well. Their English is weak, but their enthusiasm for the Word of God is great.

Four were sick today so we just had discussion in class instead of teaching (wouldn't want them to miss any critical teaching from Leviticus.) The students were full of questions, which believe me, is something I have not experienced in other years of teaching. Very exciting.

1 comment:

Crosspoint of India said...

Here is an idea...I take chocolates to class and pass them out simply for asking a good question...I NOW get about 20 a class. Funny how they are so crazy about chocolate. They also laugh a lot, but it works!