A study of the educational process of the local church, with attention to aims, principles, leadership, planning, organization, and curriculum of a biblical ministry for all age groups.
Students will be able to:
The student will see the need for a comprehensive church education process.
The student will appreciate the complexity of creating and maintaining an intentional church education process.
The student will utilize course material and textbook information to design a Christian education ministry.
The student will recall and synthesize central educational and ministry concepts.
A. Technical Requirements
Download and install a browser other than Microsoft Internet Explorer. We suggest Firefox or Google Chrome. The E-learning system performs better with Firefox or Google Chrome browsers.
B. Academic Requirements
Lessons (25%): Complete the weekly lessons
Assignments (35%): Complete the three written assignments. Written assignments are based on textbooks.
Read Part I of the Effective Minister of Education by Jerry Stubblefield . In about 300 words ( about two pages) describe the personal, professional, and spiritual charateristics of an effective minister of education.
Due week 2
Read Part II of the Effective Minister of Education by Jerry Stubblefield . In about 600 words ( about four pages) describe the work of an effective minister of education. What does it mean to be an effective minister of education? What does a minister of Education do?
Due week 6
Read The Teaching Church: Moving Christian Education to Center Stage By: Eugene Roehlkepartain . In about 300 words ( about two pages) describe describe what it takes to have an effective Christian education program.
Due week 11
Final exam (40%).
C. Grading Scale
A = 94-100 Excellent
B = 84 – 93 Above Average
C = 74 – 83 Average
D = 64 – 73 Below Average
F = 63 & Below Failure
The Effective Minister of Education
By: Jerry Stubblefield
The Teaching Church: Moving Christian Education to Center Stage By: Eugene Roehlkepartain