This article proposes that the educational process in evangelical institutions may not support the develop of mature moral perspective. The author poses several suggestions to help correct the situation.
Parenting that is effective in communicating the faith and in encouraging moral development is examined. A study of the moral maturity of evangelical students and the practices of instilling the faith used by their parents is described. Implications of the study suggest that a socialization-approach to the faith in the home is significantly related to mature moral reasoning in children.