Logos Bible Software
Sign In
Products>The Christian Educator’s Handbook on Teaching

The Christian Educator’s Handbook on Teaching

Enhanced for Logos
Logos Editions are fully connected to your library and Bible study tools.



Written by Christian education specialists, The Christian Educator’s Handbook on Teaching is a complete resource on Christian teaching for use in the home, church, and school! A variety of principles and practices are outlined, including valuable insights for both the beginning teacher and the veteran. Handbook on Teaching includes sections on teaching children, teaching adults, designing biblical instruction, choosing and using creative minds, and much more. Charts and illustrations are also found throughout the text. Teaching with a Scriptural foundation has never been easier!

In Handbook on Teaching you will find a gold mine of information on all phases and places of teaching God’s truth. Twenty-one chapters address four general topics:

  • Foundations for Christian Teaching
  • Patterns and Process of Christian Teaching
  • Crucial Roles in Christian Teaching
  • Varieties of Christian Teaching
Resource Experts

Top Highlights

“Jesus’ primary concern was not His reputation but His responsibility.” (Page 23)

“Reaching the core of a student’s life demands contact with the whole person as he/she thinks, feels, and wills. That is why Jesus so frequently shared His own emotions of compassion, judgment, love, hate, joy, sorrow, gratitude, and sympathy.” (Page 20)

“What Christ was determined where He was. He could companion with sinners without being complicated by their sins. He hated sin but loved the sinner. Acceptance cannot be equated with approval.” (Page 23)

“From our Lord we learn that good teaching involves helping the learner to assume responsibility for his thinking and living. He was forever encouraging and enabling people to make the best possible choices.” (Page 28)

“Statements like that have a Pygmalion effect on people. ‘You follow Me. I’ll make you.’ That involves a mutual responsibility in the teaching-learning process.” (Page 23)

  • Title: The Christian Educator’s Handbook on Teaching
  • Editors: Kenneth O. Gangel and Howard G. Hendricks
  • Publisher: Baker
  • Publication Date: 1998
  • Pages: 360

Kenneth O. Gangel (Ph.D., University of Missouri) is now executive director of the graduate studies division at Toccoa Falls College. Prior to taking this post, he was a distinguished professor at Dallas Theological Seminary. A noted expert on Christian education, he has written many books, including Feeding and Leading.

Howard G. Hendricks (B.A., Wheaton College; Th.M., Dallas Theological Seminary; D.D., Wheaton College) is a household name in Christianity, and in his 50-plus years of ministry, he has directly or indirectly touched millions of lives. Today he maintains a rigorous travel schedule and has ministered in over 80 countries through speaking engagements, radio, books, tapes, and films. He is also the former Bible teacher and chaplain for the Dallas Cowboys football team.


0 ratings

Sign in with your Faithlife account