Cleopatra Brown's Called to Teach All Nations skillfully expresses the concept that every Christian functions as a follower of Christ and a teacher to the Christian community. This innovative notion explores a variety of in-depth concepts, aspirations and motives behind Christian-based education. Cleopatra carefully incorporates stimulating commentary ideal for conceptualizing the fundamentals of Christian epistemic. She also states that the Holy Spirit is a catalyst of learning and outlines a variety of stimulating insights readers and teachers can utilize in any curriculum: The Holy Spirit as teacher is not limited by time or space. His role as teacher permeates every aspect of the teaching-learning process. He is the Agent who guides the teacher and learner into all truth. The Holy Spirit is ultimately responsible for all learning, leading people to know and apply truth. He ministers through at least five elements of the teaching-learning process: the teacher, the learner, the Word of God, the interpersonal interaction and the environment. Cleopatra equally calls attention to the Christian need for human educators who are genuine, knowledgeable and will function as reliable role models for students: One should not misinterpret or insinuate that believers have no need for human teachers because of the Holy Spirit's direct teaching ministry Cleopatra's exceptional knowledge on the Christian teacher-student dynamic provides readers with strong overtones of credibility and intellectually-sound insights, while thoughtfully conveying the responsibilities of Christian teachers. This compelling read is highly recommended for teachers and students alike, as Cleopatra provides methods to inspire teachers to improve upon their curriculum. Cleopatra additionally provides readers with knowledge-enhancement tools to later become successful Christian educators. Called to Teach All Nations is a timeless reference guide, inspiring teachers to develop new suggestions and encourages them to model education styles based on the ministry of Christ. Both teacher and student will gain an appreciation for their unique roles as they walk in the Spirit.