Foundations for Christian Education will help place your congregation on a solid footing. This book is divided into three sections. First, the contributors explore foundation stones, the history of education concerning spiritual matters found in the Bible, plus perspectives on education from secular fields of study. The middle section of the book deals with teaching in a manner that students will understand, as well as learning how to be effective teachers and encountering students with special needs.
Eleanor A. Daniel is Dorothy Keister Walker Professor of Christian Education and Director of Institutional Research at Emmanuel School of Religion. She is a nationally known specialist in Christian education. In addition to authoring several books, Dr. Daniel has contributed chapters to several books and written many articles on Christian education and related topics. Along with her distinguished teaching career at college and seminary level, she has nineteen years of experience serving congregations in Ohio, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Illinois as minister of education.
John W. Wade is a professor at Atlanta Christian College.