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Antioch Church of Philadelphia 1st Antioch AveConshohocken, PA19428 Phone: 206-852-6033 E-Mail: Joseph.h.jun@gmail.comWeb: Antiochurchyouth.org Presenter: Joseph Jun
Antioch Church of Philadelphia
1st Antioch AveConshohocken, PA19428
Phone: 206-852-6033
E-Mail: Joseph.h.jun@gmail.comWeb: Antiochurchyouth.org
Presenter: Joseph Jun
Teaching Methodology
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Teaching Philosophy/Theology: Holistic Teaching

Genesis 3:8 God’s Authorship/Authority:

God shows us the way he intended it to be through Talking.

God shows us the way he intended it to be through Walking.

John 1:35-42 Hope found in Peter’s Through

Slaver & Freedom

Slavery: Peter incarcerated possibility as a Christ-less Fisher Man.

Freedom: God’s future redemption of the Petra Rock.

Acts 20:7 Paul Prove Himself

Atmosphere: They shared their spirit and a meal = Sharing life together

Rapport: Paul taught until dawn because he proved his time.

Luke 11:12 Christ Making World Changer

God’s–Disciple See Disciple Do.

God’s Freedom to Come & See (John 1:46)

Key Passages:

HEAD OF THE TEACHER:

Genesis 3:8 God walked with

them.

HEART OF THE TEACHER:

John 1:35-42 Disciples see

more than themselves

HANDS OF THE TEACHER:

Acts 20:7-12 -

Paul builds

relationships

and

effectively

teaches

HOPE OF THE TEACHER:

Luke 11:1-2 Disciples Freedom

to seek Christ’s Teaching

Listening: “It’s Their Story NOT their Strength.” – Dave Gibbons

Bible Study Teachers serving Youth Groups in modern

America are less effective to actually teaching their

students because they fail to do this one thing. Listen. Not

just the, “Uh huh”, “I See…”, “That’s Great” but genuine

eye contacting, question asking, idea probing, head

knotting, excitement driven listening. Without gaining as

much information as possible about who they are, what

they have gone through or what they are going through

now will ultimately prevent us from seizing the

opportunities to make a great impact.

An effective teacher proves that they are trustworthy and

worth the time. The most effective way to do this is to

enter the hearts of our Youth. We do this by becoming

intimate with them. You probably just raised your eyebrow

saying, “’Intimacy’? We’re only teachers! Why intimacy?

Ew!” Well our perverted culture has lied to us equating

intimacy with physical or emotional attraction. Biblically,

this is not the case.

Intimacy simple means private or exclusive sharing of knowledge about something or someone. We do not
Intimacy simple means private or exclusive sharing of
knowledge about something or someone. We do not need to be
emotional to be intimate with our students although this
may result in some serious talk. All we need to do is be
more open to listening to what they are saying, how they
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Practically:
Using Encouragement: Opens the heart of young people
in an age that is fueled by making fun.
Asking Good Questions: Once the heart is opened, you
are able to probe to root of their heart not just symptoms.
Human Resources: If you have a student who just loves
you, make them a resource to gain information for
encouragement not blackmail.
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Learn: Investing and immense amount of time.

This is probably the most difficult part of being a

effective teacher. This is the part where most

teachers will say that teaching is not for them or

that the commitment is too much.

The acceptance of this role, I would say, is the

difference maker in an effective teacher and

worthless one.

When you begin to spend large amounts of time

with your students and truly invest in them, you

are able to intimately engage with them in levels

you have never dreamed. Just by being there.

Although I do not condone this language, I have

had multiple students call me Dad. They response

to me like this because I choose to spend the time

even some fathers. Given, there are great fathers

out there but we cannot ignore the large amount

of fathers who would rather play golf than

cultivate their child’s soul.

When we invest time while listening to their

story and caring for their soul you will realize a

few things. You start to get so close you gain

knowledge of things your student’s friends don’t

even know.

They won’t have to talk to you and you know

what they thinking; or you’ll know their weakness

and their strengths without having to ask.

The only way to gain this level of intimacy, which

produces drastic influence, is to make large

investments of time with them, listen to them and

learn about them.

Practically:

Take notes of specific things your student’s

say they like to help you remember.

Look for patterns your students have in

dress, speech, food, friends, and ideas

Learn their love language, Book: Gary

Chapman

Watch for how they respond not what they

respond

Go out to eat, Movies, Parks, Pic-Nics, Zoo’s,

Visit them, Help them with projects

Get $$ From Church :DD.

Live: Find the special gift they are and glorify God.

Each student is special in that no one in the

universe shares the same personal live story and

experiences that they have.

Our students are so unique and clever in their own

ways that they deserve to be understood outside

the umbrella of the generic “Youth Kids” or the

word I despised the most, “Freshman.” Esther,

Debby, Nahee, Jenna, Kayla, Gloria, Jenny, are not

just freshman. Esther is an organizer, Debby is an

artist, Jenna is a soccer Player, Kayla is a sketcher,

Jenny is a dancer and Gloria is a musician.

Our students are much more than they seem. Once

we find all the mysteries of their lives we are able

to truly engage the teaching with their personal

lives and not just give abstract truths. It is only

when we become intimate with them where we can

customize the bible studies and presentations to

help change their lives into Christian Atomic

Missiles into their world.

  • I guarantee that you will see the students excited

for bible study. They will ask for what the next

bible topic is and they will get depressed when

OICC steals away bible study time. It brings so

much joy into my heart when students come to my

office each Sunday to ask questions about the study.

  • I heard one of the boys students say, “I can’t wait

for bible study” This was students who, a few years

ago, loathed coming to church. You don’t see

young people excited for bible study like this.

Actually I’ve never seen student excited about bible

study. We’re truly are blessed.

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The How: Method & Approach
The How: Method & Approach

Small Group Setting

Communal/Rabbinical:

Didactic: Class Room Setting

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Focus:

Family Setting

Individual &

Community Knowledge with

Life Application Engaging

Promotion:

Community

Team-Work

Accountability

Honesty

Refuge

Focus:

School Setting

Lecturer

Knowledge

(Content) Boring

Promotion:

Individualism

Competition

Bootstraps

Mentality

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How to Prepare for the Class

Thought 1: Seek for places for Repentance (Brokenness, need, hurt, false logic, bondage, anxiety, guilt, worry, suffering, fear,

envy, discouragement.)

Looking to the Bible helps our students see clearly on the right way they ought to live their lives. Not only does it begin to open

the eyes of the blind to see the way Jesus would but it also begins to remove some of the gunk off of their glasses that they may see

Jesus clearly.

Thought 2: Make Jesus the Hero, So that Students ultimately trust in him. (“The One You Need” Shane & Shane).

Too many of our students are left to believe the lies they have heard from school, friends, media and even parents & church. It is

our job to free them from the bondage of these incarcerating ideologies through teaching the piecing, convicting and freeing word

of God.

With these two thoughts in mind…

Find your Burden

 

Prayer. “The life blood of the Christian life.”

 

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Pray for each student in your class throughout the week. This helps you better engage and show your love to

 

them.

 

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Pray against the enemy and darkness with the authority of Christ. You won’t believe how much of a difference

 

this makes when it comes to class participation. Just try it.

 

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Pray and proclaim victory over your students. God will begin to open up a hope for the student and you sill

 

begin to see who they will become, not who they are now.

Readiness: Clearly wrestle with the material and understand the main points

 

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Test:

 
  • 1. Be able to state the main point of the message in your own words.

  • 2. Be able to provide multiple examples of this point.

  • 3. Be able to argue for your point and against other counter points (Assuming you have thought

through its claim of truth)

  • 4. Be able to write it a concise sentence or phrase.

  • 5. Be able to walk in knowing exactly what you are going to say

Create an Outline: An outline simply helps us stay on track with the message we are telling. Though, there are time

where we need tangents where we are led by the Holy Spirit but otherwise we need to be discipline because we are so

prone to be distracted; especially when it is a difficult point we have to make. Generally my outlines are shown in the

next section with all the 3 letter acronyms.

Tips:

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Ask Students for help because they are at the frontline. They know more than you think.

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Challenge them out of childhood. Kid’s are depressed, bored and causing trouble cause they have not

purpose and nothing in life challenges them anymore.

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Personalize your Material so they know that your heart was put into it.

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Respect Children of all ages. In other words, go down to their level. Appreciate what they appreciate because

you appreciate them. Learn about what they have to say. Keep you promises. Validate their claims.

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How to Led the Class - My Outline and Process  Pray for the specific message
How to Led the Class - My Outline and Process
Pray for the specific message in the bible study
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Leaning on his spirit to transform our students
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Pray for Students throughout the week. Each one.
Going over the outline: giving a general overview
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A road map will keep students engaged so that they know where you’re going.
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High Light the key point.
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Tell them where to look out for
Watch Video Clip
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Engage with the Video i.e. pause during the important points, replay to emphasis points, ask students if they
got the main points.
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Speak your excitement
Student participation
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Break out into small groups and come up with…
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Fill in your personal blanks and …
Answer the “So what?” Questions. If you cannot explain why this is important then you’ve just wasted 40 minutes.
Focus on how the points connect with their daily lives
We are in the business of renewing the minds of our students out of the cultural incarceration into a kingdom
redemptive mindset. I see Cultural incarceration as anything that ends with an –“ism”. The good fight that teachers face
is to dissect how we live according to the Biblical God glorifying mandate. Humanism, Nationalism, Rationalism,
Moralism, Relativism, Pluralism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism and among the believes systems reject and blatantly
proclaim that they are lies. When our students see that they have been lied to and how their decisions are based on
flawed hopes, Jesus comes in and rescues us.
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FCF – “Fallen Condition Focus” – Bryan Chapell (Condition without God)
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BBB - “Ballfield, Bedroom, Billfold” Voddie Bachum (Cultural Conditioning Awareness)
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RRR – “Reject, Redeemer, Receive” Mark Driscoll (Steps towards decision Making)
“It’s Hard but it’s worth it all.” – Matthew 7:13-14
Christianity is most effective when we teach it as it is. True Christian life is…Hard. Matthew 7:13 clearly says the easy
way leads to destruction. To add on to this, there is absolutely no honor, no respect, no merit, nor virtue living in the
ease of life. People of most high honor are those who live a life of sacrifice, work hard, practice diligence, and overcome
impossible obstacles. Christianity is the greatest obstacle in life because it calls us to surrender our most valued desires
for the sake of Christ. Popularity, Riches, Comforts, Dreams, are given for Christ Sake. If your teaching does not reflect
this mind-set I assure you no one will genuinely follow Christ. If it is just learn some principles of easy-believeism, then
we have gone no where but into the hands of Satan himself.
Matthew 7:14 “Enter by the narrow gate. For the gate is wide and the way is
easy that leads to destruction, and those who enter by it are many. For the gate
is narrow and the way is hard that leads to life, and those who find it are few.”
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Bible Teaching Resources
Bible Teachers: Culture:  Voddie Bauchum (gracefamilybaptist.net)  Paul Washer (heartcrymissionary.com )  Mark Driscoll (marshillchurch.com)
Bible Teachers:
Culture:
Voddie Bauchum
(gracefamilybaptist.net)
Paul Washer
(heartcrymissionary.com
)
Mark Driscoll
(marshillchurch.com)
Albert Molher
(albertmohler.com)
Tim Keller
(redeemer.com)
Bible Study:
Matt Chandler
(thevillagechurch.net)
John Piper
(desiringgod.com)
R.C. Sproul
(Ligonier.org)
Wayne Grudem
Francis Chan
Google: (Basics)
Howard Hendricks
Daniel Aiken
(danielakin.com)
John Macarthur
(gty.org)
Apologetic (Defense of
Gospel
Ravi Zacharias
(rzim.org)
John Lennox
(JohnLennox.org)

Other Recourses:

ccel.org (Online Database for Classical Christiana works)

thegospelcoalition.org

(Gospel oriented articles, interviews, Panels, Sermons, videos)

monergism. org (Al reformed Articles, mp3, Video, Sermons, Books)

t4g.org (Gospel Messages, Panels, Interview)

Youtube.com

E-Sword.com (Literal Bible Tool)

Resurgence.org (Articles, Interviews, Sermons, Videos)

Books Recommendation:

Teaching

Understanding Teaching by Greg Carlson

Creative Bible Teaching by Lawrence Richards

What is the Gospel by Greg Gilbert

Understanding People: by Larry Crabb

Communication for Change

by Andy Stanley

The Christian Educator’s

Handbook on Teaching by Kenneth Gangel

Rock Solid Teacher by Gregory Carlson

Teaching Cross-Culturally by Judith E. Lingenfelter

Books Recommendation: Spiritual Leadership & Growth  How to Read the Bible by Gordon Fee* 
Books Recommendation:
Spiritual Leadership &
Growth
How to Read the Bible by
Gordon Fee*
Nelson’s New Illustrated
Bible Dictionary by R.F.
Youngblood
7 Irrefutable Laws of
Leadership by John C.
Maxwell
Spiritual Leadership by
Richard Blackaby
The Secret by Kenneth
Blanchard* Spiritual
Leadership: D.L. Moody by
Steve Miller
Spiritual Leadership:
Charles Spurgeon by Steve
Miller
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