Teaching Others To Become Good Stewards

Teaching is a great responsibility. Many like the feeling of being the one in charge. FDR once said, “with great power comes great responsibility”. James however puts it this way:

“Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, for you know that we who teach will be judged with greater strictness.” -James 3:1.

Teachers are needed in the body. Paul said to the Romans

“How then will they call on Him whom they have not believe? And how are they to believe in Him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching?”

. One must take careful stock of him or herself before committing to such a task.

At Calvary Chapel, we desire you to grow and teach others to do the same. However, we want you to do so with all diligence and care to adhere to God’s Word as it is given, without partiality, personal interpretation, or personal agenda.

If you feel God’s calling to help feed the flock, and have studied to show thyself approved, then please fill out the form below and send back to us. We do have a one year minimum requirement of sitting under Pastor Jim’s teachings before one can become a teacher. Here are our Sunday school classes.

Infant to Toddler

Helpers are always needed in watching out for the youngest ones so their parents may sit under the teaching and grow in the Word.

6-12 Year Old

The most challenging and quite possibly the most rewarding class to teach. At this age, minds are hungry and like sponges. As the world fills youthful minds with public education, let us take the opportunities we get but once a week to fill them with all Godliness.

Teens

Ready to go and face the world, this is a very volatile age. Being in the heart of Lancaster county, the Amish would call this stage in life “feeling their oats”. Youth are challenging themselves, and sometimes others. The Word is critical at this stage in their lives in order to help guide them on their way. Are you up for the challenge?

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