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Directing Christian Education: The Changing Role of the Christian…

by Robert Choun Jr.

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Christian Education Director, Youth Minister, and Minister of Christian Education are common job titles for educators in the church. Michael Lawson and Robert Choun, Jr.,combine these important positions into the term 'Christian Education Specialist' and apply it in a comprehensive fashion whether for youth or adults. This book will help the Christian education specialist divide the various responsibilities of Christian education into workable tasks. The author's include eight sample job descriptions from churches of different sizes. This book will help the small church discover fresh ideas for recruiting volunteers and training teachers. If you are overwhelmed with responsibilities covering everything from nursery to budgets to retreats, this book is for you. Besides giving you a biblical foundation for your job in Christian education, these pages will give you specific help to get your church education program in tip-top shape. Whether you are looking for encouragement in handling relationships with church staff or are seeking ways to help volunteer leaders, this book will prove a valuable resource.

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