Christian Education

Sunday School - Elementary, Year 3 (Student & Teacher)

Discipleship Ministries of the Mesoamerica Region (Church of the Nazarene) presents its complete collection of books for Christian education for children.

This series is designed for students and teachers of children from 4 to 11 years of age. Children will learn the lessons of the Bible according to their age. At the end of their elementary school years, they will have gone through the challenging biblical stories as well as various appropriate themes for each stage of their childhood and pre-teenage years.

The Fruit-Filled Life

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Mónica E. Mastronardi

13 Bible Studies for Groups

Series: Filled with the Spirit

The Christian’s life is a continuous walk in the process of discipleship, in which our whole being is being transformed to become like Jesus Christ through the Holy Spirit’s work in us. All of us who have been “born again” need to participate in this process of formation so that we can become mature and holy Christians in all areas of our lives.

Bold - Vacation Bible School - Acts - Curriculum and Leader's Guide

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Dan Harris

The Bold VBS Curriculum was created by Kids Reaching Kids, but the funds that made this project possible came from the children of your local church. 

All materials included in this Leader's guide and on the website, www.boldvbs.com, are fully reproducible. 

The Mediator - Volume XI, Issue 1 April 2015

The essays in this issue began their existence as speeches to be heard, not as words on a page to be seen.They are the induction speeches of five APNTSfaculty members on the occasionsof their installation as professors (for Modine, Petallar, Tabuena, and myself) and as president (Im).Modine “talks” about the theology of Scripture, I “share” about inno-vation in the New Testament, Petallar “discusses” the Wesleyan Quadrilateral as pertains to Holistic Child Development, Tabuena “converses” about inter-subjectivity in life and education, and Im “tells” his vision for the future of APNTS.

English
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00016198

The Emmaus Model: Discipleship, Theological Education, and Transformation

Author, Editor, Compiler, etc.: 
Bruce G. Allder
David A. Ackerman

FROM THE FOREWORD

The mission of the Church of the Nazarene is “To Make Christlike Disciples in the Nations”. Old paradigms and practices are changing. The church is growing rapidly in some world areas, often with a lack of sufficiently trained leaders to insure orthodoxy and coherency. To be more effective in this mission to which God calls us, this book provides a practical way whereby we can rethink our models and methods of education and ministerial preparation for the purpose of equipping God’s people for works of service that his body might be built up.

The Mediator - Volume XIV, Issue 1 July 2019

The present Mediator issue is an exercise in Wesleyan theology. We begin with a study of pneumatology from a Wesleyan perspective, with special emphasis on implications for the Church (Davis). This is followed by four articles that explore experiential aspects of theology as demonstrated by Wesleyan-Holiness women (Pring) and as recommended for work with children (Lotha and Olumbe) and adults (Ning Ngaih Lian). Rounding out this issue, once again we feature the abstracts from the theses and dissertations of the current graduates from APNTS’s various degree programs.

English
WHDL ID: 
WHDL-00015371

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