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Beth Moore on the ‘Most Important Part of the Process’ of Teaching God’s Word

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Beth Moore is an author, speaker and Bible teacher and the founder and visionary of Living Proof Ministries based in Houston, Texas. Beth has written numerous bestselling books and Bible studies, many of which have been translated into over 20 languages, reaching people in countries all across the world. Her latest, co-authored with her daughter, Melissa Moore, is “The Surpassing Value of Knowing Christ: A Study of Philippians.”

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Andy Stanley: Are You Missing This Key Part of Your Sermon Prep?

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Key Questions for Beth Moore

-As you prepare to teach the Bible, what is your philosophy of studying so that you can teach what you learn?

-As we grow as skilled and effective communicators, how can we guard against using that skill to manipulate people?

-What is your preparation process? 

-What advice would you give to preachers and teachers who want to be more faithful and fruitful as they communicate their messages?

Key Quotes From Beth Moore

“I want so much for that listener or that reader to catch that fire for the love of Scripture and for the love of Christ. So one of the things that has been probably the most important part of the process has been just loving it myself.” 

“I want so much when I speak or when I teach, I want that listener or that reader or that viewer to be helped.”

“It’s absolutely critical that [people] know that although this is a timeless Word and it’s been on the page beginning to end, complete in every way for centuries, that it still has a living aspect. The Spirit of God who brought it into being, who breathed it on the page, is still breathing it. And so it’s still relevant for what we’re living through now.”