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Educational Ministry in the Logic of the Spirit

In November 2001, James E. Loder Jr., Professor of the Philosophy of Christian Education for forty years at Princeton Theological Seminary, suddenly died. He was a creative and profound thinker who had just completed a promising book. In it he developed a compelling interdisciplinary model to disclose how the divine Spirit affirms, reconstitutes, and transforms […]

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Invitation to Educational Ministry: Foundations of Transformative Christian Education (Invitation to Theological Studies)

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Lifting a voice in gospel and educational ministry in ESL

The Rev. Dr. Leeanna Hill has been many things in life. First and foremost, she’s been part of the Baptist Church as long as she can remember, and is a minister at the Pilgrim Rest Missionary Baptist Church. She is also a registered nurse, has worked in the East St. Louis, Illinois school system and […]

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HRD Ministry to consider Public Opinion in Educational Institutes Rankings

On April 4, 2016, the Ministry of Human Resource and Development led by Smriti Irani released India’s first ever domestic educational ranking list. The ranking evaluates higher educational institutions in Engineering, Management, Universities and Pharmacy categories. However, from this year onwards the general public will have a say in the government rankings awarded to educational […]

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The Educational Ministry of a Church

This book is a thorough resource for students taking their first course as well as a handy reference tool for the person who is already immersed in the educational work of a church. Get More Information On Our Website…

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Will Thai junta's Education Ministry purge help raise teaching standards?

Pic: Daniel Maxwell. By Daniel Maxwell It’s almost a year since General Prayuth Chan-o-cha came to power in Thailand’s 12th successful coup, but during this time there had been little sign of the promised reforms that Thailand’s education system so badly needs. However, all that might now be changing with signs that this most urgent […]

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