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Refresh and try again. Readers also enjoyed. Justin Martyr, Augustine, "The field of Christian education is changing. For those being trained for the future of Christian education Kenn offers a word of advice.Although his speaking ministry reaches throughout the United States and around the world, as a child Kenn never envisioned that God would enable him to impact the field of Christian education in so many ways. Have a question about this product. Error rating book. Sort order.
Great condition for a used chdistian. Integration is " the forming or blending into a whole of everything that is a part of a Christian student's life and learning. Kenneth O. Wheaton, IL: Victor Books.
Kenneth O. Gangel : A prolific author and an experienced leader has been influential in the field of Christian education for over forty years.
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Written by Christian education specialists, The Christian Educator's Handbook on Teaching is a complete resource on Christian teaching for use in the home, church, and school. Foundations are laid, patterns are presented, varieties of teaching are revealed, and crucial roles in Christian teaching are exposed--all with a view to providing the Christian educator with a helpful handbook on teaching. Keep it on your desk--at arm's length--for ready reference and repeated reading. Kenneth O. Gangel, after a distinguished career at Dallas Theological Seminary, is now executive director of the graduate studies division at Toccoa Falls College.
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Even a casual look at Kenn's bibliography will reveal that Kenn consistently addressed the contemporary issues of the day. Gangel noticed that Christian liberal arts colleges, Kenn returned again and again to address the Christian home, and Christian primary and secondary schools were focusing on the integration of faith and learning; however. Molded by a godly mother and suffering from handbool absent father, Kenn returned to college a very different young man.