Posted 03 May 2018 - 08:28 AM
These studies are always a special challenge. How do I offer solid insights into a passage, model good study techniques, and fit it all into a 10-15 minute podcast? I suppose it's the same sort of challenge faced by preachers/teachers everywhere, except that I have an even smaller time frame.
I appreciate your feedback. I miss teaching face-to-face, as that way I get to see the impact of the lesson. There is also no opportunity to follow up questions, interaction with students, and (of course!) coffee out together after class. Thanks for taking time to share. It helps.
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