Good questions have groups talking. Good questions are interesting. Good questions challenge the way we think. Good questions challenge the way we live. Good questions guide us off the broad way into the narrow way. Good questions challenge our assumptions. Good questions help us get to know one another. They test our knowledge. They create community. Good questions are the best bread-and-butter way to teach adults.
There is a place for lecture. When an expert is in the room we do well to lecture. In short bursts lecture can be effective. But not too much.
There is a place for creative activities. There is a place for the unusual. But, enough is enough.
Good questions are the core, the centerpiece, the meat and potatoes of good teaching in a small group or Sunday School class.
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