To Teach As Jesus Taught: 11 Attributes of a Master Teacher
The Savior was known by many names: Christ, Jesus, Master, and Lord. Yet what did the people who really knew him think about what he did and said? If we knew Jesus as a mortal man, would we have thought of him as the Savior of mankind or as a crank and charlatan? To Teach as Jesus Taught: 11 Attributes of a Master Teacher looks at Jesus in a new perspectivefrom the eyes of those who knew him in mortality. Learn 11 attributes of the Master Teacher and come to know the Savior better today!
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