September 29 2012

Your Story

Students are always interested in your story. Allow them to step into your life with anecdotes that make sense to you and are true to the reality that you live every day. It is important to be simplistic and honest.

Never give an answer you don’t believe or is not your own. Take these lessons and internalize them so the truth you are relaying is truth that has transformed your own life.

Using helpful tools, such as quotes from sources other than the Bible or simple demonstrations and illustrations, can help to give emphasis to some of the important points that you want to make.

Be prepared to have your own answer ready for each question that you present to the class. The class wants to know you and the God you have experienced!