Will 2011 be your first time to attend a Women’s Leadership training conference? Read these welcomes from two former leadership women.
The following resoureces are recommended in preparation for the 2011 Women’s Leadership Training Conference. Use these resources to begin focusing on LT now…
The follow is an interview with Philip Yancey, New York Times best selling author. His recent book, What Good is God? In Search of a Faith That Matters, (Faith Words, 2010, 287 pages) sets the stage for the interview. Yancey is the author of numerous books that CEP recommends including: Disappointment with God, Where is God When It Hurts, Finding God in Unexpected Places are among the list of challenging, helpful, and available books.
CEP’s ministry depends on 1) the faithful support of PCA churches; 2)the generosity of individuals and 3)faithful use of CEP’s resources such as the Bookstore and training conferences.These few FAQ’sgive a brief overview of CEP’s funding challenge and present opportunities for you and your church to participate.
American young people are, theoretically, fine with religious faith-but it does not concern them very much, and it is not durable enough to survive on after they graduate high school. One more thing: we’re responsible.
Of the four learning styles, the dynamic learner (DL) is the most disliked by teachers. Why? Because teachers do not understand them, or know how to work with them. I hope, after you have read this, you will have a much better appreciation for these misunderstood learners, and know more about how to work with them.
This is a little book (booklet) that church leaders and Christians in general should read often or at least periodically.The church, and especially Christian education’s assignment is to disciple people with the truth of sound doctrine. That has never been truer than this present time.
This materialis compiled fromthe largest study to date on the American teenager from 13-17 years of age.They have much to say especially about money, sex, and family relationships. Teenagers share four things: a personal story about God, a deep connection to a community of faith, a sense of purpose, and a sense of hope about the future.
By Dr. Michael Woodham. Humanly speaking, there simply does not seem to be an answer to the persistent problems of finding a politically based peace plan. So, is there really no hope for peace in Israel and the Middle East?
Why is everyone in children’s ministry so energized by this book? There are hundreds of children’s story Bibles. Read and see what makes this one special.