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Paul’s criterion “able to teach” in 1 Timothy 3:2 refers to the ability to communicate and apply the truth of Scripture with clarity, coherence, and fruitfulness

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We’re happy you’re interested in becoming a elniyaschool instructor. At elniyaschool you can teach Bible lessons, and millions of students are waiting, eager to learn.

If you're interested in becoming an instructor, please apply on this form. After you submit the form, we will reach out to you if there's a good fit. Please note that we can't respond to every application, but we do keep all submissions for future consideration.
I understand that my lessons is in response to a call or invitation from God.

I am aware that I never prepare a lesson alone, for God is always present with me.

I understand that one of my primary roles as a instructor is to model the Christian faith to the best of my ability.

I believe the role of a instructor is not only to share information but also to create an environment for learning where God can transform us into the people God wants us to be.

I know that people prefer different learning styles, and I am able to incorporate these different styles into my lesson plans.
God does not call us and then leave us alone. As a teacher and spiritual leader, you have the promise that God will be with you. Story after story in the Bible tells us that God wants to be in relationship with us and to be present for us at all times. For example, "I will be with you," God says to Moses in Exodus 3:12, and promises to help. When God sends Aaron to assist Moses, God adds, "I will . . . teach you what you shall do" (Exodus 4:15).

Jesus promised his followers that the Holy Spirit would be with them: ". . . I will ask the Father, and he will give you another Advocate, to be with you forever" (John 14:14-16). And when giving the Great Commission to his followers as he was ascending to heaven, Jesus promised that he would be with them always (Matthew 28:19-20). You can trust that God’s Spirit is present with you in the lesson planning, enabling you to accomplish things you could not do on your own. You can also trust that God’s Spirit is guiding the participants in what they hear and where and how they are called to respond.
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