Learning from faith formation failure
Learning from faith formation failure

When I think of faith formation, I used to think only of programming: Sunday school, Bible study, forums, discussion groups, books, curriculum, and outlines. I tend to get so caught

Thinking lifewide education
Thinking lifewide education

For more than two decades, educators have embraced the important concept of “lifelong learning,” recognizing that learning is not confined to childhood or the classroom but takes place throughout life,

Locke Bowman: A lifetime of excellence in Christian education
Locke Bowman: A lifetime of excellence in Christian education

The Rev. Dr. Locke E. Bowman, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Virginia Seminary, first Director of the Center for the Ministry of Teaching and James Maxwell Professor of Christian Education and

The Reflective Practitioner: Five ways to move onward
The Reflective Practitioner: Five ways to move onward

The theme at this year’s National Youth Workers’ Convention was Onward. That’s a great theme for any youth program and one I’ve been reflecting on since the conference. This January,