NAPCE professors who use these texts then reviewed the 14 most popular texts, listed below in rank order. I trust this information will prove helpful to you as you survey NAPCE textbook usage by popularity among our members.
Created to learn: A Christian teacher’s introduction to educational psychology.
By William R. Yount. Nashville, TN: Broadman and Holman. 1996. 394
Review by Norma S. Hedin, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort
Creative Bible teaching. By Lawrence O. Richards and Gary Bredfeldt.
Chicago:Moody. 1998. 350 pp. $29.99. paper
Review by Holly Catterton Allen, John Brown University, Siloam Springs, AR
Teaching for spiritual growth. By Perry Downs. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan.
1994. 224 pp. $22.99.
Review by Bill Higley, Baptist Bible College, Clarks Summit, PA
Creative teaching methods. By Marlene D. LeFever. Colorado Springs, CO:
David C. Cook Publications. 1996. 305 pp. $19.99. paper.
Review by Alvin W. Kuest, Great Lakes Christian College, Lansing, MI
The teaching ministry of the church: Integrating biblical truth with contemporary
application. Edited by Daryl Eldridge. Nashville, TN: Broadman and
Holman.1995. 326 pp. $34.99.
Review by Margaret P. Lawson, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary,
Fort Worth, TX
Teaching for reconciliation: Foundations and practice of Christian educational
ministry (rev. ed.). By Ronald Habermas. Eugene, OR:Wipf & Stock Publishers.
2001. 384 pp. $29.60. paper. [1st ed. co-authored with Klaus
Issler, Baker, 1992]
Review by Jason Lanker, adjunct, California Baptist University, Riverside, CA
Teaching to change lives: Seven proven ways to make your teaching come alive.
By Howard Hendricks. Sisters, OR:Multnomah Publishers. 1987. 152pp.
Review by Jennifer Perkins, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Fort
Learning styles. By Marlene D. LeFever. Colorado Springs, CO: David C. Cook
Publishing. 1995/2002. 255 pp. $13.59. paper.
Review by Gary Wozniak, Crown College, St. Bonifacius, MN
Teaching for results (rev. ed.). By Findley B. Edge. [d. 2002]. Nashville, TN:
Broadman & Holman. 1956/1995. 237 pp. $24.99. paper.
Review by Martha S. Bergen, Hannibal-LaGrange College, Hannibal, MO
The courage to teach. By Parker Palmer. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 1998.
198 pp. $24.95.
Review by Eleanor Daniel, Emmanuel School of Religion, Johnson City, TN
Nurture that is Christian: Developmental perspectives on Christian education.
Edited by James C. Wilhoit and John M. Dettoni. Grand Rapids, MI:
Baker Books. 1995. 278pp. $23.99. paper.
Review by Margaret F.Williamson, New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary,
Renovation of the heart. By Dallas Willard. Colorado Springs, CO: NavPress.
2002. 296 pp. $24.99.
Review by Don Ashley,Wayland Baptist University, Anchorage Alaska campus
Understanding teaching: Effective biblical teaching for the 21st century. By Greg
Carlson. Wheaton, IL: Evangelical Training Association. 2001. 96 pp.
Review by Richard Ramsey, Grace University, Omaha NE