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Haverim: The Four Lost Levels of Study: Volume 1 (The Ancient Trilogy) Paperback – 10 Jul 2013

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  • Paperback: 144 pages
  • Publisher: Harris House Publishing; 1 edition (10 July 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982416067
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982416068
  • Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 0.8 x 22.9 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 862,563 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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For those of us who teach the Bible, Haverim is nothing short of revolutionary. It will simply make your teaching a hundred times more effective, and easier. Yes, both of those. This is due to the fact that while teaching Haverim you are less concerned about being a professor who has all the answers, and more concerned about being a guide who helps asks the right questions.

I have taught the Bible for over 15 years. And at this men's retreat was the first time I came away from a solid weekend of "teaching" feeling more refreshed than when I started. If you have taught the Bible you know that after teaching you feel like you have "emptied" yourself. With Haverim, you will walk away feeling stronger. Why? Because you won't spend 5 hours preparing a lesson only to have people forget what you taught them a month later, you won't have to beg people to ask questions, study, or come up with their own thoughts. Haverim is an engaging way for you to guide people to the answers, and at the same time those people will be teaching each other, and you. As a bonus, you can actually do Haverim with drastically less preparation time, and those who lead it can do it without a masters degree in theology, a basic understanding of the truth and some discernment is all that is required.

The result I personally witnessed at the end of the men's retreat was that 15 men had gained some amazing knowledge about the passages we covered, and they learned it in such a way as I don't think they will be forgetting it soon. And, I didn't teach them anything. Sounds odd uh? But I set the weekend up that way on purpose, I wanted to train leaders to do Haverim, so I intentionally brought nothing to the table. And yet, they still learned, and learned a lot. In fact, much more than I could have brought to the table and tried to speak to them. Why? Because they discovered it on their own, taught each other, learned from Him who had the answers. In this I was able to show them that no matter their level of "teaching ability" they could go home and begin Haverim immediately, and they agreed.

Looking for another way to do a normal Bible study, this book is not for you. Looking for a way to revolutionize the way you approach teaching and learning and connecting with Christians and non-Christians, you will love this book.

--Carl Walker, founding director of Engedi Retreat for Pastors and Missionaries

--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

About the Author

Paul Clayton Gibbs, founder and Global Director of the Pais Movement, is an author, a speaker, and a missionary maker. Originally from Manchester, England, he founded Pais in 1992, an organization that engages people and helps them develop missionary hearts, missionary skills, and missionary lives. Paul and his wife Lynn have two sons, Joel and Levi, and currently reside in Arlington, Texas.


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