A strong and vibrant Christian education program lies at the heart of a growing church. No matter what the philosophy or approach to education, no program can flourish without skilled and dedicated teachers.
The author bases his advice on sound educational theory and on years of experience in Christian education. He addresses such questions as:
- What is unique about Christian education?
- Are some approaches to Christian teaching more appropriate than others?
- Is there a different way of learning—not just information gathering—that impacts faith matters?
- What skills does the teacher need to possess for effective instruction in the church?