This is certainly one approach to adult education. I wonder how you structure your faith formation for adults. KLD
By Israel Galindo, Associate Dean for Lifelong Learning
Every once is a while (like last month, in fact) I get a call from a church leader wanting ideas about creating a mini-seminary in their congregations. While that idea is driven by a sincere desire to make Christian education more meaningful and effective in their congregations, I remain suspect of that approach. I believe that any congregation will be well-served by taking Christian education more seriously and, by going about its practice in more intentional ways. But I also believe that a seminary is one thing and a church another—and when it comes to educating in faith, the two should not be confused.
However, I appreciate the well-intentioned efforts of those who want a more rigorous “school of faith” in their congregations.
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