Keeping in Touch: Christian Formation and Teaching
Krau describes 5 processes essential to every teacher or small-group leader: 1. Experiencing God through the means of grace; 2. Listening to the deep yearnings of others; 3. Reflecting on personal experience in the light of Scripture and Christian tradition; 4. Participating in ministry/mission; 5. Building knowledge and skills for discipleship.
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