People seldom are able to get beyond the leadership nature of a relationship. This contemporary problem is illustrated in both the Old and New Testaments. This article examines a variety of Scriptures as the author explores the idea of inside-out, upside-down leadership.
This article asserts that the church is neglecting its educational function and, unless significant changes are soon made, its educational programs may be irreparably harmed and its future impact diminished. The author seeks to stimulate thought regarding the plight of church education.