Christian educators are provided with the perspective and the tools they need to actually be effective as small study group leaders. Instead of just leading discussions, readers will be able to guide participants in learning from themselves and others, connecting with the perspectives and experiences of others in the group, and uncovering and challenging personal assumptions and prejudices.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Israel Galindo is professor of Christian Education at the Baptist Theological Seminary in Richmond, VA. He has written twelve books, including The Craft of Christian Teaching (Judson Press), and The Hidden Lives of Congregations, (Alban Institute) which was selected as one of the “10 best books of 2005” by the Academy of Parish Clergy. Galindo is Executive Director of Educational Consultants (www.galindoconsultants.com). A frequent seminar and workshop presenter, he also serves on the faculty of the Leadership in Ministry Workshops, a clergy training program.