As missions becomes increasingly multicultural, leaders and teachers in these settings are faced with many joys and challenges. This article explores current trends and some critical issues for successful multicultural leadership in mission settings.
This article discusses the problems of subject-matter centered and student-centered Bible teaching and proposes a new "pilgrim" paradigm of education which avoids the content/application dichotomy of traditional approaches.
This article shows that to improve the practice of Christian education in local churches, Sunday School teachers need to improve their curriculum evaluations and do them more often. A model for curriculum evaluation is suggested which will guide local Christian educators and professional editors to improve curriculum.
This article analyzes some of the metaphors which influence Christian education. The strengths and weaknesses of the metaphors are pointed out, along with the different ways the metaphors view the task of Christian education.