Written by professors of Christian Education from Dallas Theological Seminary, this is one reference you know you can trust. Learn from the experts about teaching approaches, program administration, and childhood development so you can effectively outline objectives for your children's ministry. Entries are arranged alphabetically for easy reference and include detailed information resources. Foreword by Howard Hendricks. 320 pages, softcover from Baker.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 320 Vendor: Baker Publication Date: 2002
Dimensions: 9 X 6 (inches) ISBN: 0801091462 ISBN-13: 9780801091469 Availability: In Stock
Now available in paper, this resource provides church workers with information on teaching approaches, program administration, and childhood development related to teaching children up to age twelve. Topics cover age-group characteristics, discipline, learning styles, summer ministries, and more. After exploring the biblical and historical perspectives on why the church is called to minister to children, the authors provide suggestions for developing primary goals and objectives for children's programs. Entries are arranged alphabetically for easy reference and include detailed information on children's ministry resources. The book is a companion volume to The Christian Educator's Handbook on Teaching, The Christian Educator's Handbook on Adult Education, and other books in the series.
Robert J. Choun Jr., a former professor at Dallas Theological Seminary, is director of discipleship at Grace Lutheran Church in Arlington, Texas.
Michael S. Lawson is department chair and senior professor of Christian education at Dallas Theological Seminary and has served as a Christian education pastor.