Gender and Age Differences among Christian Education Practitioners

From: Volume X, Issue 2: Winter 1990 Pages 9-16

Abstract

As more women and second career students enter theological studies, it is timely to investigate the experience of women and adults over forty in Christian educational ministries. This article describes both gender and age differences in the areas of: educational preparation for ministry; current ministry experience, including part-time versus full-time status, church size, and denominational affiliation; task analysis; level of ministry satisfaction; felt needs regarding ministry preparation; and those aspects of ministry that have yielded most enjoyment.

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