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The Episcopal Christian Educator's Handbook

Sharon Ely Pearson
256 Pages
Morehouse Publishing Co


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 For practical, grounded tools that work, it is great. , Tuesday, January 21, 2014
By Leah Everett, WA

The EEH is organized into 9 major categories. There is one page, two at the most for each subtopic. For people new to the Episcopal Church, there are key pieces of the BCP in the back (Creed, Baptismal Covenant. Instead of long narratives and anecdotes about "how I did it" there are lists or brief descriptions. This covers the practical, like supplies, games, types of curricula, safety factors. She also addresses philosophical and spiritual aspects of running a Sunday School: choosing good teachers, answering difficult questions, training, working with parents, the purpose of Christian Formation. I used this book to compose a questionnaire for parents and referred to it when planning VBS. If you want more theoretical/theological discussion another book might be better, but for practical, grounded tools that work, it is great.

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