here’s something about thinking though how to organize notes and what to illustrate (and how) that makes it stick in my head. So, here are my notes from the sermon on Mark 9:29-29.
I’m still enjoying thinking through the notes and putting them in Cornell Notes form.At the top of the front page, I am writing questions for me to ponder about the verses.
What do you think about discipleship? Mentoring? Are you involved in it in any way?
This method is still working well for me. I changed it so the front side of the page has the dividing line go all the way to the bottom and continues onto the back. The summary of the sermon will be on the back bottom of the page, and the key verses written out on…
This was week two of trying Cornell notes for the sermon.
Back in college I experimented with taking lecture notes with the Cornell Notes method. I wondered if maybe that would work to process my sermon notes…
We’re going through the book of Titus now an are up to Titus 1:10-16.