Practical help for everyday ministry.
How to Use BibleTalk.tv
These guides will give you a basic understanding of the different equipment you can use to successfully present BibleTalk video lessons. We will also cover some tips and tricks to utilize our website…
Teaching children and teaching adults are not the same. Teaching adults is an art and science all to itself. We know intuitively and through personal experiences that we learn differently now than when…
Using BibleTalk Offline with a Projector
In this video, I will show you how to use a Projector and a USB drive to show our video Bible material in your congregation without an internet connection.
How to Use BibleTalk.tv in Your Congregation
Here are some step-by-step guides to help get your church up and running using our free Bible material.
Using BibleTalk.tv on Apple TV
A simple guide to using AppleTV to access our collection of free Bible video lessons.
Using BibleTalk.tv with Chromecast
A simple guide to using a Chromecast device to access our collection of free Bible video lessons for your Congregation.
Using BibleTalk.tv on Roku
A simple guide to using a Roku player to access our collection of free Bible video lessons for your Congregation.
Using BibleTalk.tv on Amazon FireTV
In this guide, I'll show you our official FireTV channel and how to navigate it.
Guidelines for Skill-Building Classes
The following guidelines use a method of skill-building referred to as the "Whole-Part-Whole" method.
Guidelines for Guided Discussion Classes
The guided discussion is one of the most effective methods used for Bible study lessons. It is also one of the most challenging to use.
Guidelines for Lecture Presentations
A lecture is a common technique used in most Bible class presentations. It can range from a formal, one-way presentation or an informal presentation where questions are encouraged.