This year in Followers I’ve been teaching through the stories in 1 Samuel. I’ve already discussed my experiment with this particular year, but I’ve since let the cat out of the bag: the students know explicitly that these ancient stories are from the Bible!

What’s been fun this year has been teaching 1 Samuel’s stories through graphical slides. I’m using an online program called Canva to create these slides and then I use our church’s presentation program (ProPresenter) along with a wireless clicker. You can view those slides here, here, and here (I haven’t posted all of them yet).

Anyway, it’s been a while since I recorded one of my teachings @ Hayward Wesleyan. I used to do it all the time, but then our HD video camera was stolen and I just hadn’t replaced it yet and didn’t really want to spend the money on it! So I haven’t been recording the teachings. However, I now have a new video camera and I thought I would snag one of these teachings at Followers. The sound isn’t the best (I’m still working out some of the bugs with audio), but it does a good job capturing what an average teaching time is like at Followers.

source Vimeo