Articles on "Parish Education"
Brain-Based Faith Development
by Vicky GoplinBrain research is providing insights into how people learn. How can we apply this to the world of faith development that can transform disciples’ lives?
Building a Healthy Preschool Director–Pastor Relationship
by Melvin M. Kieschnick
Wanting to build healthy relationships between pastors and the church's preschool directors, this author asked directors "What do you want from your pastor?"
by Cheryl A. Erdmann
A team of churches has provided a week-long confirmation camp experience for youth for many years. For youth and adults alike, a lot is accomplished.
Cooperative Confirmation in Cabarrus County
by Norbert F. Hahn
Teamwork and a cooperative spirit have helped these North Carolina Lutheran pastors and congregations to put together an imaginative way to teach the Small Catechism to young minds and hearts.
How Will They Hear the Gospel's Stories?
by Wanda Vassallo
The use of drama in telling the stories of Scripture is one way of communicating the church's unchanging message in a changing culture. And, according to this author's thesis study, parishioners are remembering what they see and hear.
by Diane Monroe
Cooperative clustering of congregations will pool people and resources in a way that enriches the community experience, adds variety to learning, and assists leaders in implementing ideas through shared planning.