This new book from top Christian education professionals integrates biblical foundations, educational theory, and practical insights into a new curriculum formation approach for the local church. Uniquely identifying curriculum as a means of ministry through the metaphor of mapmaking, it shows how believers are lost along the spiritual journey without a study plan, having no clear destination or reliable path to follow toward maturity. Detailing the theological, educational, and pastoral dimensions that make a curriculum Christian, the text is arranged into four sections: (1) rationale for curriculum, (2) curricular foundations, (3) curricular theory, and (4) the practice of curriculum. Covering areas from childrenas ministry to adult education, contributors include editors James R. Estep, Karen L. Estep, and Roger White as well as Holly Allen, Mark H. Senter III, Michael S. Wilder, Timothy Paul Jones, and Brett Robbe.Some would consider the subject of curriculum more appropriate for a school, university, or other more academic enterprise, but not a congregation. Others see curriculum as no more than the packet of materials a teacher gets every thirteen weeks to use in Sunday school, or the ... The curriculum provides the pathway for believers to grow toward Christian maturity. ... believer some direction, some proven paths of travel, so they are not lost along the journey of faith, wandering withoutanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mapping Out Curriculum in Your Church|
|Author||:||James R. Estep, M. Roger White, Karen L. Estep|
|Publisher||:||B&H Publishing Group - 2012-06-01|