Drawing on his experience as a teacher, Dennis, from Thinking in a Marrow Bone, gives us his take on how teachers can make Sunday School–or other meetings–more meaningful.
I’m going to say what many Latter-day Saints are thinking, but some are afraid to say: Sunday School is often mediocre.
I recognize that most teachers try hard and take their callings seriously. But certainly Sunday School doesn’t have to be the mind-numbing chore that it seems to be for many members. In this post, I offer ten simple tips that could radically improve Sunday School lessons. (Yes, I will be that bold.)
What’s worked for you as a teacher? What have you seen other teachers do that is effective? Leave us a comment.