Reinvent Your Sabbath School: Discover How Exhilarating a Ministry-driven Class Can Be
Reinvent Your Sabbath School: Discover How Exhilarating a Ministry-driven Class Can Be
By Chris and Yolanda Blake
 

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Dale claims his Sabbath school class is “a little piece of heaven on earth.” Sig says, “I hate to miss a Sabbath!” Sound familiar? If not, you need this book.

Is your Sabbath school missing something? What if boring became a thing of the past? What if a class became a family? What if prayer time became so exciting it usually took 25 minutes? What if people really cared for one another? What if members wrote cards--right then and there--to people they were praying for?

Chris and Yolanda Blake show--not just tell--how to start a ministry-driven Sabbath school class with real-time blow-by-blow sound bites from their functioning class. They discuss dozens of practical ideas, list the pitfalls to avoid, and offer guides to the available denominational resources.

By making five ministries the heartbeat of your church, you can transform your Sabbath school into the most delightful hour of the week. This book tells you how.

Chris Blake, former editor of Insight magazine, is associate professor of English at Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska. Books he has authored include A Reason to Believe, Insight’s Most Unforgettable Stories, and Searching for a God to Love. Yolanda Blake is a teacher and team leader at Humann Elementary School in Lincoln. The Blakes have two teenage sons, Nathan and Geoffrey.