This article briefly analyzes five segments of Scripture toward developing a biblical theology of leadership.
The purpose of this bibliography is to assist those interested in reflecting on God's Word and the experiences of leading for the purpose of dynamic maturity in the Christian community.
The practice of leadership in the context of church education must be energized by a sense of mission. This article examines the difference between ministry and leadership.
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 essay considers concepts and practices of leadership in Eastern Europe. By focusing attention on an unfamiliar context, we can better understand leadership in our own environment and its implications for Christian leaders and followers.
The influx of humanistic methodology in the American educational system has given rise to considerable tension within the Christian community in recent years. This education trend has influenced many of our church schools as well. This article takes a close look into the definition, historical development, and current practices of humanistic educational methods employed in America today.
The author responds to "Teaching the Bible: The Church's Unfinished Task" by Leland Ryken and James Wilhoit which appeared in the Winter 1990 issue of the Christian Education Journal.
The authors respond to Jackie Smallbones' examination of their article.
This article examines how the practice of leadership in the context of church education must be energized by a sense of mission.
This article reflects on the results of a recent study involving several thousand graduates of Christian colleges who in retrospect perceive that their undergraduate experiences were significantly positive in promoting their moral development.