Teaching by the Spirit by Gene R. Cook

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In his characteristic mix of sound doctrine and inspiring stories, Elder Gene R. Cook suggests ways to answer the question, how can we more effectively and consistently teach by the Spirit? “Since we all are teachers,” Elder Cook writes, “and since teaching is so important, then it makes sense that we would seek to learn to do our teaching in the Lord's way. And what is the Lord's way? He has admonished us to do our teaching by the power of his Spirit, both in the home and in the Church. As we do, we will lift and bless others as we can in no other way.”

In this book, Elder Cook shares principles to help us better teach by the Spirit in —

Family settings The classroom Home and visiting teaching Interviews One-on-one encounters

Whether you are a first-time teacher or a seasoned veteran, Teaching by the Spirit offers valuable scriptural insights into truly becoming a “teacher come from God” (John 3:2), along with tender spiritual stories and practical teaching techniques that will invite the Spirit more fully into all your teaching.

 

About Gene R. Cook

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Published November 24, 2009 by Deseret Book. 232 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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