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Title: Awakening The Sabbath Morning Dinosaur

Awakening The Sabbath Morning Dinosaur
  • Sabbath School Presentation
  • by
  • Pastor Buford Griffith, Jr.
  • Southwestern Union Conference
  • Burleson, Texas

Drifting From Bible Landmarks
  • Many know so little about their Bibles that they
    are unsettled in the faith. They remove the old
    landmarks, and fallacies and winds of doctrine
    blow them hither and thitherand those who were
    once in the faith drift away from the Bible
    landmarks, and divorce themselves from God, while
    still claiming to be His children.
  • RH, December 29, 1896

Is Sabbath School a Dinosaur in a Technological
  • Can the Sabbath School still function as a church
    growth tool in the 21st century? If so, why are
    so few Sabbath Schools growing?
  • Has Sabbath School become a relic of the past, a
    dinosaur, as it were?

Sabbath School is the heartbeat of your church!!
  • If the Sabbath School throbs with the spirit of
    prayerful Bible study, harmony, and practical
    activity, the church will possess the same
  • The influence growing out of Sabbath School work
    should improve and enlarge the church
  • Counsels on Sabbath School Work, p. 9

Interesting Facts To Ponder
  • The population in the U. S. is rapidly outpacing
    the evangelistic results of the church in North
  • We might conclude that the Sabbath School as a
    growth tool has reflected the lack of
    evangelistic growth in the church at large.
  • Why has a tool that once worked so well become
    seemingly unplugged?

The Sabbath School Must be Ministry-Driven!!
  • Four aspects needed to have a vibrant, growing
    Sabbath School
  • Fellowship (inreach/outreach)
  • Community Outreach (outreach)
  • Bible Study (inreach/outreach)
  • Mission (outreach)

Exploring the Problem Areas
  • Problem 1 Loss of evangelistic focus.
  • The Sabbath School should be one of the greatest
    instrumentalities, and the most effectual, in
    bringing souls to Christ. CSS 10
  • Problem 2 Loss of emphasis and commitment.
  • The Sabbath School work is important, and all
    who are interested in the truth should endeavor
    to make it prosperous. CSS 9

Exploring the Problems -2-
  • Problem 3 Loss of vision for the total work of
    the Sabbath School.
  • Study of the Word
  • Fellowship
  • Outreach
  • Mission emphasis
  • Problem 4 Lack of a clear purpose statement.
  • Matt. 2818-20, our statement of purpose.
  • When the SS loses its emphasis on fulfilling the
    Great Commission, all programs start to flounder.

Exploring the Problems -3-
  • Problem 5 Fear of innovation.
  • A new set of dynamics has changed the playing
    field for the church today.
  • We must cling to the principles of SS work but be
    willing to change our methods.

Revitalizing the Sabbath School
  • Keep the Great Commission strategy balanced.
  • More than just a Sabbath morning gathering for
  • The real work begins outside the Sabbath School
  • Keep good records.
  • Know who is present or absent.
  • Each class appoint a Care Coordinator to direct
    the fellowship and nurture of class members.

Revitalizing the Sabbath School --2-
  • Schedule regular class fellowship gatherings.
  • Planned
  • Spontaneous

Revitalizing the Sabbath School --3-
  • Pay attention to the physical surroundings.
  • A challenge for most of our churches but every
    effort should be made to create a classroom

Revitalizing the Sabbath School --4-
  • Make sure guests are welcomed.
  • Look at your Sabbath School class through the
    eyes of a newcomer.
  • Overwhelm visitors with kindness and attention.

Revitalizing the Sabbath School --5-
  • Commit yourselves daily to the study of the Word
    of God and the Sabbath School lesson.
  • Memorize the memory verse.
  • Practice the principles you study.

Revitalizing the Sabbath School --6-
  • Keep the Sabbath School classes small enough to

Sabbath School, not a relic of the past
  • The object of the Sabbath School should not be
    lost sight of in mechanical arrangementswe
    should ever be guarded against forms and
    ceremonies which will eclipse the real object for
    which we are laboringthe Sabbath School should
    be a rest, a refreshment, and a blessing.

Why Sabbath School Is the Growth Tool of the
Future, Which is Now!
  • Reason 1 Sabbath School provides a centralized
    and simplified strategy
  • As the church grows, the need to centralize and
    simplify will become more critical.
  • Teaching, outreach and assimilation can be
    performed via the Sabbath School.
  • You cant do everything in Sabbath School, but
    you can organize to do much of your growth work
    through the Sabbath School.
  • Reason 2 Sabbath School is familiar
  • In a rapidly changing culture it is comforting to
    know that some things are stable.
  • It is easier to get people involved both as
    participants and workers in an organization with
    which they are somewhat familiar.
  • Reason 3 Sabbath School is a solid foundation
    for innovation
  • Innovation is always built on the foundation of
    fundamental principles.
  • Sabbath School serves as the foundation of the
  • A strong Sabbath School is not a deterrent to
    innovation, it is the foundation for innovation.

Why Sabbath School Is the Growth Tool of the
Future, Which is Now!
  • Reason 4 Sabbath School provides the
    small-group experience every Christian needs.
  • Everyone who comes to your church asks two
  • Am I wanted?
  • Am I needed?
  • Involvement in a small group says, You are
    wanted you belong.
  • Opportunities for service made available through
    the small-group structure of the Sabbath School
    says, You are needed.
  • Christians were never intended to live in
  • Reason 5 Sabbath School is a natural companion
    to an exciting worship service.

Why Sabbath School Is the Growth Tool of the
Future, Which is Now!
  • Reason 6 Sabbath School gets people involved
    in service.
  • People who become involved in the churchs
    ministry will progress more quickly in their
    spiritual walk and will have a deeper commitment
    to the work of the Church.
  • Reason 7 Sabbath School has a proven track
  • Year in and year out, the Sabbath School
    structure, properly used, has given solid
  • If we were to do away with Sabbath School, we
    would have to build something very much like it
    to replace it. Why not build innovative
    strategies on the proven historic principles of
    Sabbath School growth?

Awakening The Sabbath Morning DinosaurPart II
  • Building the Sabbath School Team

Building the Sabbath School Team
  • Pastor Buford Griffith, Jr.
  • Sabbath School Director
  • Southwestern Union Conference
  • Burleson, Texas

Basic Team Building Principles
  • 1. The upper and lower division Sabbath School
    must see themselves as a team and not totally
    independent of each other.
  • Team working together as a unit divided only
    by age grouping.
  • Note This implies that the upper and lower
    division of the Sabbath School is not an us vs.
    them attitudinal position.

Team Building Principles -2-
  • 2. Share a common purpose.
  • Commonly called purpose or mission statement.
  • Broad based, not measurable but gives a general

Team Building Principles-3-
  • Objectives
  • Being specific about what it will take to achieve
    the purpose of the Sabbath School.
  • It is the process of moving from general to
    specific concepts.

Team Building Principles -4-
  • Goals every goal needs a plan to make it
  • Calls for even more specific thinking.
  • Each objective may have multiple goals.

Team Building Principles-5-
  • Implementation
  • Answers the question of how?
  • Write statements that can be evaluated by simple
    yes or no responses.

Tools for Effective Planning
  • Time
  • People
  • Communication
  • Resources (literature, location, teaching aides,

Necessity of a Sabbath School Council
  • Sabbath School think tank.
  • MUST meet on a regular basis for planning and
    implementation of ideas.
  • Recommends strategies and solicits support of
    entire church.
  • Should make a report to the Church Board monthly.

Sabbath School Council Makeup
  • Adult and Lower Division SS Supts.
  • Pastor and/or Elder
  • Church Ministries Dir.
  • SS Secretary
  • SS Teachers (upper and lower division)
  • Getting the council together is a challenge
    within itself. Helpful hints
  • Sabbath Potluck or Sunday Brunch
  • productive agenda
  • timely meetings no longer than 2 hours

Sabbath School Action UnitsHow To Begin
  • Assign every member on the church membership roll
    to a Sabbath School class.
  • Establish more classes with the purpose of
    keeping each class small.
  • Or, utilize the present structure and add members
    to it.
  • Assign a Care Coordinator to each class.
  • Each class set goals for evangelism.
  • Each class set goals for Mission giving and
    Investment involvement.
  • Report progress regularly.

Role of the Care Coordinator
  • Reminds class of their plans and goals.
  • Calls for witnessing experiences related to class
  • Leads in outreach promotion.
  • Coordinates class fellowship.

We Missed You At Sabbath School cards
  • Pacific Press Publishing
  • 1-208-465-2500
  • Ask for Mr. Ryder
  • The cards are available in Espanol
  • No charge order as many as you need.

Sabbath School Resources
  • 1. Adventist Mission DVDs
  • Website
  • Sent to every church in NAD free of charge paid
    by the NAD.
  • Not yet in Spanish but will be available by 3rd
    or 4th quarter of 2008.
  • Drawback to DVD is that it is not as strong in
    its promotion of Sabbath School offerings i.e.
    citing the projects to be sponsored.
  • Alternative mission DVD is Project Sunlight.
    A quarterly Mission DVD out of Collegedale, TN.
    This is a subscription DVD.
  • 2. Other Helpful websites

L.E.A.D.Leadership Education Advent Discipleship
  • A quarterly Sabbath School resource magazine.
  • Can be included as a part of the standing order
    for Sabbath School materials through Review and
    Herald Publishing.
  • Cost 34.95 per year.
  • Important feature Legacy of the SDA Church

Awakening The Sabbath Morning DinosaurPart III
  • The Necessity of the Pastors Sabbath School

The Pastors Sabbath School Class the New
Believers Class on Doctrine
  • A must for a growing church.
  • Roots and grounds new members.
  • Serves as a shield of protection for new members
    from spurious doctrines.
  • New members should be retained in the pastors
    class for a minimum of one (1) year.

Pastors Sabbath School Class A Necessity
  • New converts must be protected
  • From strange doctrines.
  • From other church members who can give a
    distorted point of view of the gospel with their
    individual extremism and impatience with the
    growth of the new babes in the truth.
  • Spirit of Prophecy quote Satan is no idler he
    watches his chances, and takes advantage of every
    opportunity to win souls to his side. He
    constantly sows his tares in every heart that is
    not barricaded with the truth.
  • Home Missionary, 1890-02

Which Lessons Study Guides Are To Be Utilized?
  • The study material will vary from the other
    classes within your churchs SS.
  • Utilize prepared Bible studies such as
  • Discover Bible School lessons from the Voice of
  • Amazing Facts

Creating Your Own Lesson Series(Pastors Class)
  • Advantages
  • Flexibility
  • Encourages deeper study on the part of both
    members and pastor.
  • Pastor is able to move at a pace that assures
    complete understanding of the pillar doctrines
    of the SDA Church.
  • Engenders stronger bonds of brotherhood among the
    members of the class via study and fellowship.

Creating Your Own Lesson Series-2-
  • Encourages members to invite and bring family
    members and friends to class. Thus, the pastors
    class becomes evangelistic without being called a
    baptismal class, which can be intimidating to a
  • Enables pastor to intercept spurious doctrines
    before they become a problem for the new member,
    as well as helping new members release their hold
    on teachings adopted from affiliation with their
    former faith.

Creating Your Own Lesson Series-3-
  • Challenges the pastors own creativeness in
    lesson preparation.
  • Encourages attendance at the mid-week prayer
    service. Series started in the pastors SS can
    be continued at prayer meeting thus, benefiting
    the entire church.
  • The pastor is leading and encouraging by precept
    and example and the whole SS becomes revived.

Use of the Regular Sabbath School Quarterlies
  • Used at the discretion of the pastor as to
    relevance for class at the time of distribution.
  • Even when not used as the primary lesson source,
    every member is issued a quarterly and encouraged
    to study daily to promote regular Bible study and
    be in harmony with the rest of the church.

Sample Course Outline Adventism and the
  • The Earthly Sanctuary Part I
  • The Earthly Sanctuary Part II
  • The Sanctuary Services Daily/Day of Atonement
  • The 2300 Day Prophecy of Dan. 814
  • The Antitypical Day of Atonement/The Judgment
  • The Sanctuary as it pertains to the 3 Angels
    Messages of Revelation 14.

Sample Course OutlineAdventism and the Sanctuary
  • The Sanctuary and the Sabbath
  • Early Adventism and the Sanctuary Part I The
    Second Coming of Christ
  • Early Adventism and the Sanctuary Part II
    Sabbath Discovery
  • Early Adventism and the Sanctuary Part III
    The Sanctuary and the Sabbath
  • Early Adventism and the Sanctuary Part IV
    Righteousness by Faith Revisiting 1888

Sample Course OutlineAdventism and the Sanctuary
  • Early Adventism and the Sanctuary Part V The
    1,000 period of Rev. 20
  • Early Adventism and the Sanctuary Part VI The
    Seven Last Plagues
  • Adventism Today and the Sanctuary Why am I a
    Seventh-day Adventist?

Expanding the Sabbath School Emphasis on
Biblical Doctrine
  • Establish a Sabbath afternoon class to study
    Bible doctrine
  • Once or twice per month.
  • Open to all members of the church.
  • Allows for more time to be spent studying and
    understanding bible doctrine.
  • Survey members of class to ascertain the order of
    doctrines to be studied.

Awakening The Sabbath Morning DinosaurPart IV
  • Teaching Strategies for the Adult Sabbath School

Teaching Strategies for the Adult Sabbath School
  • Questions
  • 1. What do you want your class to leave with at
    the end of the study?
  • 2. How are you going to achieve this goal?
  • 3. What methods will you use to achieve class
  • 4. How will you connect the study with every day
    life issues?

Instructional ObjectiveTask Analysis
  • Identify the learning/objective
  • Memory Verse
  • Key Thought
  • Teachers Aims
  • Teach to the objective
  • Lesson Outline
  • Summary/Commentary

Active Participation
  • Definition the consistent mental involvement of
    each person while the content is being presented.
  • Four Elements
  • Overt behavior (physical behavior)
  • It is observable.
  • a. Writing
  • b. Speaking
  • c. Performing

Active Participation - 2
  • 2. Covert behavior NOT observable - it is
  • mental
  • Imagine
  • Think About
  • 3. All members should be involved or engaged
  • 4. There needs to be a good mixture of
  • covert and overt. Never be a lecturer!

Strategies for Increasing Active Participation
  • Always begin with prayer!
  • How to set up questions
  • open ended
  • then ask why?
  • ask the question, then wait
  • proceed with discussion
  • Handle wrong answers create a risk-free
  • Wait time this gives people time to gather
    their thoughts.

Strategies for IncreasingActive Participation - 2
  • Avoid a pattern.
  • Periodically check for understanding.
  • Move around in order to reach everyone never
    involve just one area of the class.
  • Remember that people learn in different ways so
    do something differently each week.

Steps in Lesson Preparation
  • Prayer
  • ASK and it shall be given to you SEEK, and you
    shall find KNOCK and the door will be opened to
    you. (Matthew 77)

TR 2-21
Have a Teachable Attitude
  • In searching the Scriptures, you are not to
    endeavor to interpret their utterances so as to
    agree with your preconceived ideas. (CSW, p. 25)

TR 2-22
Study the Bible texts for the weeks lesson
  • Say the Bible text over and over from different
    translations. Read the verses within the context
    so as to get the full intention of the writer.
    Let God speak to you. As truth is revealed, and
    the meaning comes to your mind, write down key

TR 2-23
Study Other Resources on the Same Subject
  • Use a Concordance
  • Look at a Bible Atlas
  • Study Bible Commentaries
  • Read the Spirit of Prophecy
  • Use different Bible translations

TR 2-24
Plan Your Lessons to Cover
  • The goal of the lesson
  • Three or four key points to be covered
  • Application to life experience

TR 2-25
Have a Checklist
  • 1. A comprehensive knowledge of the lessons
    (much more than would be used)
  • 2. Planned introduction
  • 3. A planned track of discourse
  • Find pivotal points
  • Sequence of thought

TR 2-26
Have a Checklist
  • 4. A planned spiritual application made
  • 5. Selected points for illustration and
    suitable illustrations
  • 6. Carefully prepared questions
  • 7. Carefully prepared timing
  • 8. An appeal

TR 2-26a
Points to Note When Preparing a Lesson
  • Think for Yourself
  • Teachers should not be satisfied to take the
    product of the researchers of other minds, but
    they should investigate truth for themselves.
    (CSW, p. 32)

TR 2-27
  • Connect the study with every day life issues.
    Each lesson is equipped with a section entitled
    Apply! Helping your class members to answer
    the question What can I do with what I have
    learned from this lesson?
  • Summarize the content of the lesson.
  • Use the Witnessing section of the lesson.
  • Always end the lesson with prayer.

  • Ellen White recognized that teachers need to
    continue their skill training

The true teacher is not content with dull
thoughts, and indolent mind, or a loose memory.
He constantly seeks higher attainments and better
methods. His/her life is one of continual
growth. Counsels on Sabbath School Work, p. 103.
Keep the Great Commission Strategy Balanced
  • The Sabbath School class is more than a teaching
    unit it is a tool for outreach, assimilation
    (fellowship), mission, and teaching.
  • The teacher or facilitator of the class is the
    key to the effective functioning of the class
    objectives. He/she should lead the class through
    prayer, coordination, and inspiration.

Keep the Great Commission Strategy Balanced
  • There should be regular evaluation to ensure that
    the work of the Sabbath School class is balanced.
    The teacher or facilitator must ask critical
    evaluative questions.
  • Are members bringing unsaved friends?
  • Has anyone been led to Christ through the
    ministry of the class?
  • Are members being contacted regularly?
  • Are care needs being missed?
  • Are members attending regularly?
  • Are members frequently lost from the class? Why?
  • Does the teaching address the spiritual needs of
    the class?
  • Do members prepare for the study of the lesson?
  • Do they participate in class discussion?

Enlisting Teachers
  • Pray to the Lord of the harvest.
  • Form a teacher recruitment committee.
  • Personally enlist workers.
  • Call for commitment.
  • Exalt the work of the Sabbath School.
  • Start with those gifted to teach.
  • Ask teachers to enlist and train teachers.

Awakening The Sabbath Morning DinosaurPart V
  • Rediscovering Investment and Outside Projects
    for Sabbath School Classes

Mission Projects for the Sabbath School Class
  • Adopt a senior member of the church.
  • Do their yard work.
  • Clean their home.
  • Do their grocery shopping.
  • Enjoy a leisurely visit.
  • Hospital visitation to class members
    non-Adventist family members and friends.

Mission Projects -2-
  • Visit the homeless shelters spend a few hours
    with a homeless family.
  • Visit the nursing homes where members of the
    church may be residents.

Sabbath School Investment Developing a
Partnership With God
  • Extension of mission offerings.
  • Increases Gods storehouse to fund existing
    mission endeavors and new expansion projects.
  • Teaches practical application of trusting God.

Awakening the Sabbath Morning Dinosaur
  • Part VI
  • The Ministry of Assimilation

Sabbath School is a Soul Winning Ministry
  • Entire consecration of soul must be maintained
    as much by the teachers and superintendents of
    our Sabbath Schools as by the ministers in our
    pulpits, for all alike are engaged in the work of
    bringing souls to Christ. Each in his place is
    to work, as did Christ, in the spirit of love,
    for the erring and impenitent. This is what
    Christ would see in the Sabbath School work
  • Counsels on Sabbath School Work, p. 157

The Ministry of Assimilation
  • The closest thing to Heaven, while living this
    side of the Kingdom of God, should be the
    fellowship of Christians living in community.
  • Believers should be bearing burdens, sharing
    joys, and richly enjoying the good things of God
    with the hope that someday, maybe soon, joy will
    no longer be mixed with pain and suffering. But
    for now, a grief shared is half a grief a joy
    shared is a greater joy.
  • The Church in Ruins, p.45
  • William Crabb and Jeff Jernigan

Not All That We Claim to Be
  • The Church rarely offers the sort of biblical
    community it advertises and alone has the
    potential to provide.
  • The book of Acts serves as the model for
    Christian community, all of which serves as the
    basis for the goals of an effective Sabbath
  • Teaching (Study of the Word of God)
  • Christian fellowship (Fellowship)
  • Worship (Community Outreach)
  • Prayer (Mission Emphasis)

Whos Responsible for Ministry?
  • Without exception, rapid evangelistic advance and
    continuous church growth are the result of the
    work of the laity.
  • Who are the laity? The term laos, the Greek root
    of our word laity, occurs in the Bible in its
    singular form only. In the scriptures, laos is
    one single, indivisible unit.

Whos Responsible for Ministry?-2-
  • In the Bible, believers are never called
    laymen. The word laikos, where our term
    layman is derived, does not occur in Scripture
    at all it is of a non-Biblical origin.
  • The Bible uses only the term laos. It only knows
    of the laity as one single, indivisible unit, and
    individuals are referred to as members of that
    one body. (I Corinthians 124-13 Romans 123-5)

Whos Responsible for Ministry?-3-
  • In the Bible, the term laity is never used in
    contrast to other groups or individuals in the
    church, such as pastors, leaders, etc.
  • The entire church is the laity!
  • Where Scripture speaks of special functions in
    the church, such as those of apostle or prophet
    or evangelist or pastor or teacher, these
    functions are defined in terms of the nature and
    calling of the laity.
  • The major role of the pastor or administrator is
    to assist the laity in carrying out its calling
    and commission in the world. His role is really
    that of a facilitator or enabler, helping the
    members to develop and use their gifts for the
    task of ministry.

Whos Responsible for Ministry?-4-
  • Laos means a special people Gods own
    people, a people of His choosing. The laos are
    Gods chosen people, but that election is for a
    particular purpose.
  • The Church is Gods appointed agency for the
    salvation of men. It was organized for service,
    and its mission is to carry the Gospel to the
    worldThe church is the repository of the riches
    of the grace of Christ and through the church
    will eventually be made manifestthe final and
    full display of the love of God. (Acts of the
    Apostles, page 9).

Whos Responsible for Ministry?-5-
  • The call to join Gods people and to become a
    member of the laos, is in fact a call to the
  • Who is responsible for ministry? We all are!
  • Ministry, in the Scriptures, is not an exalted
    office of a few, but the calling of the whole
    people of God. It is not status within the
    church, but the function of every believer who
    has accepted the work of Christ.

Co-Laborers With Christ
  • The Saviours commission to the disciples
    included all the believers. It includes all the
    believers in Christ to the end of time.All to
    whom the heavenly inspiration has come are put in
    trust with the Gospel. All who receive the life
    of Christ are ordained to work for the salvation
    of their fellow men. For this work the church
    was established, and all who take upon themselves
    its sacred vows are thereby pledged to be
    co-workers of Christ. (The Desire of Ages,

Acts 18
  • The church is a community of power.
  • All of the members of the community are to share
    in this divine resource.

Sabbath School Must Be Ministry-Driven
  • Must not be program-driven.
  • Fails to take into account changing circumstances
    and the needs of the people.
  • Ministry addresses the needs of people and
    adjusts for those needs in the context of
    changing circumstances.

4 Key Components to Assimilation

1 Keep people involved in small groups
and build relationships. 2 Meet their
needs. 3 Avoid making them mad and/or help
them resolve their anger. 4 Overcome the
perception that no one cares.
Membership Circle Every member is within this
Fellowship Circle Members who feel a sense of
belonging and who feel fully accepted into the
fellowship of that called-out community.
The Motto of Sabbath School
  • To Win
  • To Hold
  • To Train

TR 1-5
Assimilation Design
  • Utilize the Sabbath School
  • Churches with effective programs of assimilation
    utilize the standard age-graded Sabbath School.
  • A. Creates both homogeneity (similar in nature)
    and receptivity.
  • B. Keeps the small groups from becoming stagnant
    and thus calcifying. (Every study on small group
    dynamics indicates that the longer a particular
    group stays together, the harder it is for a
    newcomer to penetrate that group. The regular
    promotion of all Sabbath School classes will
    counteract the tendency toward fossilization).

Assimilation Design
  • Use the Power of Personal Invitation
  • Statistically, between 79 and 86 of the people
    who join a local church do so because of the
    invitation of a friend or family member.
  • Therefore, if someone invites a new member to
    join their Sabbath School class, the chances of
    involvement are greatly increased.
  • The invitation must be personal, genuine, and

  • Your Sabbath School can prove to be the unifying
    growth tool you need. You must keep the focus
    and purpose of the Sabbath School in mind as you
    develop and implement your program.
  • Dont be afraid to draw outside the lines.
  • Remember, it is God who works through us to grow
    His Church.
  • Be a faithful leader as you advance Gods kingdom
    through the Sabbath School.
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