Teaching with case studies is a relatively new methodology applied to church education. This article deals with the process of using prepared cases, developing new cases, and implementing this teaching technique. Some of the more recent hybrid varieties of case methodology are also discussed. Many biblical passages provide excellent material for the development of cases. Some of these are discussed in this article.
This article offers help to the church staff in better understanding the motivation of volunteer church leaders and encouraging and supporting those volunteers in their leadership responsibilities. The author examines theories in the field of motivation and draws principles and applications within a Christian perspective.