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Christian Educator's Handbook on Children's Ministry

Robert J ChounMichael Lawson
Christian Educators Handbook on Childrens Ministry

Christian Educator's Handbook on Children's Ministry

Robert J ChounMichael Lawson

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1. The Biblical Perspective ^2. The Historical Perspective ^3. The Role of the Christian Education Specialist ^4. The Role of the Teacher ^5. A Child Development Overview ^6. Goals and Objectives of the Ministry ^7. Organization and Administration ^8. The Future of Children's Ministry^^320 Pages^

- Publisher Ministering to the spiritual lives of children is one of the most important tasks of the body of Christ. This comprehensive reference tool provides church workers with information on all aspects of teaching approaches, program administration, and childhood development related to teaching children up to age twelve. A sampling of topics covered include: - age-group characteristics - computers in the classroom - discipline - intergenerational programs - learning styles - summer ministries 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 conveniently arranged alphabetically and children's ministry resources are listed with addresses and phone numbers for easy reference.

- Publisher This comprehensive A-Z reference book is packed with information to help Christian educators understand and minister to children up to age twelve. After exploring the biblical and historical perspectives on why the church is called to minister to children, the authors provide specific suggestions for developing primary goals and objectives for children's programs. The entries cover a wide rage of topics, including: age-group characteristics, maximizing ministry dollars, improving learning with computers, effective discipline, evangelism of children, intergenerational programs, adapting to learning styles, and building summer ministries. Entries are arranged alphabetically, and a directory gives information on relevant state conventions and conferences and national children's ministry organizations.

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About "Christian Educator's Handbook on Children's Ministry"

1. The Biblical Perspective ^2. The Historical Perspective ^3. The Role of the Christian Education Specialist ^4. The Role of the Teacher ^5. A Child Development Overview ^6. Goals and Objectives of the Ministry ^7. Organization and Administration ^8. The Future of Children's Ministry^^320 Pages^
- Publisher

Ministering to the spiritual lives of children is one of the most important tasks of the body of Christ. This comprehensive reference tool provides church workers with information on all aspects of teaching approaches, program administration, and childhood development related to teaching children up to age twelve. A sampling of topics covered include: - age-group characteristics - computers in the classroom - discipline - intergenerational programs - learning styles - summer ministries 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 conveniently arranged alphabetically and children's ministry resources are listed with addresses and phone numbers for easy reference.
- Publisher

This comprehensive A-Z reference book is packed with information to help Christian educators understand and minister to children up to age twelve. After exploring the biblical and historical perspectives on why the church is called to minister to children, the authors provide specific suggestions for developing primary goals and objectives for children's programs. The entries cover a wide rage of topics, including: age-group characteristics, maximizing ministry dollars, improving learning with computers, effective discipline, evangelism of children, intergenerational programs, adapting to learning styles, and building summer ministries. Entries are arranged alphabetically, and a directory gives information on relevant state conventions and conferences and national children's ministry organizations.
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Meet the Authors

Robert J Choun

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.

Michael Lawson

Michael Lawson is the Department Chair and Senior Professor of Christian Education at Dallas Theological Seminary.

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  • Catalogue Code 124056
  • Product Code 080109058X
  • EAN 9780801090585
  • Pages 317
  • Department Ministry
  • Category Children's Ministry
  • Sub-Category Teacher Training
  • Publisher Baker Book House
  • Publication Date Oct 1998
  • Dimensions 236 x 159 x 27 mm
  • Weight 0.454kg

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