These doctrinal mastery posters are 11×17 inches and will contain all of the 25 New Testament Doctrinal Mastery passages. I suggest you send these posters to a local print shop for printing. These will not be made available in 8.5×11 inch size for readability’s sale. I only have time to create a few of these, but I’ll add more as I have time.
Tag Archive: New Testament
New Testament Doctrinal Mastery 8.5×11 posters with reference and rhyme (Example: Baptize me – John 3), and key doctrinal statement. The color on the reference corresponds to the doctrines as follows: gray-Acquiring Spiritual Knowledge, purple-Godhead, light blue-Plan of Salvation, red-Atonement of Jesus Christ, green-Restoration, brown-Prophets and Revelation, yellow-Priesthood and Priesthood Keys, orange-Ordinances and Covenants, pink-Marriage and Family, blue-Commandments. Color Key included. The posters are pdf files which can be printed on…
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This is a one-page sheet of the New Testament Scripture Mastery Phrases from the back of the NT bookmark. I am using it in my classroom to help students learn to match the phrase with the keyword. Print out a sheet for each student, and let them match the scripture reference with the keyphrase. The least messy way to use this sheet is to have students cut out the references…
Here is MAD GAB for New Testament Scripture Mastery. Enjoy!
I made a set of quiz questions for my Seminary class to use during our March Madness playoffs tomorrow. We are just wrapping up 1 Corinthians, so our quiz covers Matthew to that book. Printable version at the bottom of the page. March Madness New Testament Quiz Questions(Matthew- 1 Corinthians) Each correctly answered question is worth 10 points. The day of Pentecost, like the Passover, is was…
These are scripture mastery key phrase flash cards in classroom size. They will print on 8.5 by 11 inch paper front and back. On my printer, I have to choose “reverse printing order” on the second run to make these print correctly.
I use these wordstrips to help my students learn the order of the books of the New Testament. We use these to compete by zone or individually. Students race to see who can order the books correctly first. This is also a good 2-5 minute time-filler if your lesson goes a little short. I laminate these and keep them in a ziplock bag ready to use whenever we need them….
As part of my teaching of the New Testament this year, I am going to have students move a tiny cutout of Jesus Christ around a big map in order to help them visualize where Jesus is at the time of his teachings. I tried to buy a map from Distribution, but it doesn’t seem to exist. So I made my own. I made a few slight changes to make…
This handout shows what is meant by the sixth hour of the day or the watches of the night as mentioned in the New Testament. The Roman clock, or time of day, was divided into 12 hours (Latin horae) of light and 12 hours of darkness. Since the length of the sunlight varied with the seasons this also meant that the length of the hour changed – with shorter hours…
Here are the famed New Testament License Plates on one sheet.
This is a file from Linda D, a seminary teacher will nearly two decades of experience. She’s something of a legend around here in the Northern Virginia area. This is a 36-week pacing guide she made that incorporates Preach My Gospel along with the scriptures from the New Testament. It’s amazing. I don’t know for sure, but it looks like this reading chart has been loosely arranged by the order…