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Overview Christian Education as Evangelism provides skills and tools for evangelical outreach. Each chapter includes stories, questions for reflection, and practical parish strategies. An ideal primary textbook for college and seminary classrooms.
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More About Norma Cook Everist
Norma Cook Everist is Professor of Church and Ministry at Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque, Iowa. She also has served as guide and mentor to many pastors struggling with conflict. She is author of "The Church As Learning Community "and editor of "Ordinary Ministry, Extraordinary Challenge, "published by Abingdon Press.
Norma Cook Everist currently resides in Dubuque, in the state of Iowa. Norma Cook Everist was born in 1938.
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Good info for pastors and laypersons Dec 14, 2007
Reviewed by Laura V. Hilton
For a long time, it seems as if education and evangelism have been pitted against one another. One gets all the budget, time and energy-and the other suffers. However, in this book, written by several renowned Lutheran Seminary professors, that if congregations are to be active in their evangelical outreach, then solid teaching is necessary.
The book is divided up into three basic parts: Part I embraces the questions, Part II explores the possibilities, and Part III claims the challenge.
The book covers a broad range of educational ministry and also provides the tools and kills for outreach. Each chapter also includes stories, questions for reflection, and congregational strategies.
The book is certainly full of valuable information for both pastors and laypersons. My husband, a pastor, is excited about getting this book once I finish reviewing it.
Armchair Interviews says: Filled with important information.