Friday, March 20, 2009

Fake ice cream

Two lessons plans by Jay Hancock and Mark Cimijotti from Carmel Baptist were posted this week. Mark’s plan has a handy two-sheet handout with blanks that learners can fill in as the lesson progresses.

Tony Collins opens his comments on the lesson, “Follow the Lord’s Will” by noting that it is not easy for men to follow directions. Maybe this applies to Rob Faircloth who wrote in his blog, “Free Will Run Amok” regarding the LifeWay material this week.

The opening in Lucien Coleman’s lesson plan (from Riverland Hills) suggested to me an illustration to consider. I enjoy real ice cream as opposed to a cheap, ice cream-like version. Does anyone remember Melorine? One way to start the lesson is to ask class members which fast food restaurant chain offers the best ice cream cone? I vote for Chick-fil-A.

The applications listed in the lesson outline from W. B. Tolar (p. 4) might help you end your lesson. Speaking of endings, that’s it for this week!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

See comments posted via Rob Faircloth's blog.