Discipleship That Transforms
An Introduction to Christian Education from a Wesleyan Holiness Perspective
by John H. Aukerman, general editor
Pub Date 01 Aug 2011
Whatever label you give it, this remains one of the most important tasks of the local church: teaching believers how to grow up into the fullness of Christ.
In this textbook, thirteen Christian educators give seminary students an orientation to the church's teaching ministry from a Wesleyan Holiness perspective. They explain the educational implications of human free will, prevenient grace, Christian perfection, and other vital concepts of Wesleyan theology.
Major sections of the book deal with the principles, planning, and practice of Christian education in the local church. Discipleship that Transforms is likely to become an essential text for ministry training at Wesleyan schools.