This is number 10 and continues Cathy's study of David. There are two different lessons from the same scripture. One lesson discusses David becoming the King and the other mostly discusses David Learns to Obey God.Cathy uses these visuals with a magnetic board. She cuts the pieces out, numbers them on the back (these are already numbered on the front), laminates them and adds thin magnets on the back. Put your title up first (David for this lesson), then add and take away each visual as you teach the lesson. Some of the visuals are the same as what you will see each week for the David series, if you'd like to combine them.
You won't have to print all of those, unless you like to keep everything in its own pack. They can also be used as visuals alone, a flip chart, and/or a bulletin board. These can also be attached to large craft sticks and held up while you are teaching.
This lesson has the corresponding numbers for the visuals and discusses David Becoming the King and is more of an outline. Click here to download.
This lesson discusses David Learns to Obey God. This is the lesson only, but you could use a lot of the above visuals for this. You can combine them both to make one lesson. Click here to download.
Cathy Whitacre is a Christian, wife, mother, Nana, sister, and friend. Cathy and her husband Gerry worship with the New Hope church of Christ, in Bradyville, Tennessee.
Family has been one of her crowning joys in life. Married to Gerry for over 47 years they have had many years of adventure and love. Her children and grandchildren have kept her busy and happy. Everywhere Cathy has lived from Ohio, Illinois, Texas, Georgia, Tennessee and more she has made dear friends who she considers family.
Cathy has had the opportunity to participate in mission work for many years. She has had the privilege of speaking at Ladies Days, teaching Vacation Bible Schools, and conducting workshops in Jamaica, Scotland, New Zealand, and here in the United States.
Cathy has been involved in teaching for over 50 years, from nursery to adults. Cathy feels that Christian Education is one of the greatest mission efforts we can be involved in, and the benefits are eternal.